TOAD Physic Gin
Twenty five different botanicals make up this gin giving a unique and wonderfully complex flavour
Founded in 1621 as a physicke (physic) garden for the teaching of herbal medicine, Oxford Botanic Garden was planted during the 1640s by its first keeper, Jacob Bobart the Elder. In 1648, Bobart created a catalogue of all the plants which he grew, now preserved as a treasured ancient manuscript at the Garden. TOAD is the only distiller in the world allowed access to the catalogue and Garden to both inspire and flavour its recipes.
The botanicals and flavours in this gin are: juniper, coriander seeds, angelica root, lemon peel, Japanese bitter orange peel, grapefruit peel, key lime peel, mandarin orange peel, calamondin orange peel, angelica seed, sweet almond, calamus root, opium poppy seed, szechuan pepper, sweet fennel seed, liquorice root, wild hops, camomile flower, rue, absinthe wormwood, wormwood, sweet woodruff, artichoke leaf, gentian root and bay leaf.
|Country Of Origin||England|
|Producer||The Oxford Artian Distillery / TOAD|