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A Japanese Artisan Gin

135° East Gin

135° East Gin is a gin inspired by the Taisho era, a time when Eastern culture merged with Western customs. It takes its name from the longitude of 135° East, which passes through the city of Akashi – the location of Japan’s standard time.
Master distiller Kimio Yonezawa has taken the three traditional botanicals of London Dry Gin and blended them with five Japanese botanicals to create a harmonious and well-rounded spirit. The botanicals that make up 135° East Gin are carefully sourced from local producers.
Each ingredient is distilled separately, using the best method to preserve its unique characteristics. One method is vacuum distillation, which is also used in the production of luxury perfumes. A touch of sake perfects this work of art, which awakens the senses and evokes the unexpected, while remaining true to the spirit of traditional gin. The added Junmai Sake is made from the ‘King of Rice’ – Yamadanishiki rice – paying tribute to the heart of Japanese history and cuisine. Once distilled, it has a unique delicacy that gently envelops and accompanies the 5 Japanese botanicals.

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135 East Gin Flasche

Cocktail ideas

135 East Gin Flasche, daneben ein Gin Tonic in einem Longdrinkglas garniert mit einer Zitronenzeste, beides steht auf einem Tisch
  • 4 cl 135°East Gin
  • 1 cl Zitronensaft
  • Thomas Henry Tonic
  • Lime zest
Prepare a highball glass with ice cubes. Pour 4cl 135° East Gin and
1cl lemon juice over ice cubes. Top up with Thomas Henry Tonic and garnish with lemon zest.
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