Brockmans Gin was created thanks to a special combination of botanicals.
Brockmans Gin was created thanks to a special combination of botanicals. These aromatic botanicals, which grow wild, are immersed for many hours in the purest distillation of corn until they release their natural aromas.
Later, Brockmans is distilled in a traditional copper still.
The distinctive notes of the gin and the perfume of coriander, combined with the softer notes of blueberries and blackberries result in a new taste experience and a decidedly morbido: smooth gin. Brockmans is quite different from any other gin. It distinguishes itself from others thanks to its unique recipe, the use of special botanicals and our scrupulous distillation process.
The botanicals used to make Brockmans come from all over the world.
They include typical local ingredients like angelica from Saxony, Bulgarian coriander and juniper berries from Tuscany.
The more traditional notes of gin combine with a refreshing effect caused by citrus fruits and an aromatic effect thanks to the woodland fruits used in the process.