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Dry Gin
226
29 Botanicals

AMASS Dry Gin is a celebration of both the abundant natural terroir and diverse cultural landscape of contemporary Los Angeles. Crafted in Downtown L.A. by Master Distiller Morgan McLachlan, our Dry Gin is a citrus-forward, herbaceous spirit balanced with earthy umami notes from Reishi mushroom and lion's mane mushroom. Of the 29 organic botanicals inside the bottle, 11 come from California, with several growing in Morgan's own backyard.

The corn base spirit is distilled with indigenous botanicals like California bay and cascara sagrada to ground vibrant flavors such as hibiscus, cardamom, cacao, and ginger, painting a vivid palate of the rich multicultural fabric that is the sprit of the City of Angels.

750 ML 45% ALC/VOL | 90 PROOF
TASTING NOTES
TASTING NOTES
Features
Features
Ingredients
Ingredients

Balanced yet complex, AMASS Dry Gin shines on its own while also mixing and melding in all your favorite gin cocktails. To bring out the botanicals, stir together a Spanish-style G&T with fresh sprigs of rosemary, grapefruit peel, and a squeeze of lime.

Dry Gin
226
29 Botanicals

AMASS Dry Gin is a celebration of both the abundant natural terroir and diverse cultural landscape of contemporary Los Angeles. Crafted in Downtown L.A. by Master Distiller Morgan McLachlan, our Dry Gin is a citrus-forward, herbaceous spirit balanced with earthy umami notes from Reishi mushroom and lion's mane mushroom. Of the 29 organic botanicals inside the bottle, 11 come from California, with several growing in Morgan's own backyard.

The corn base spirit is distilled with indigenous botanicals like California bay and cascara sagrada to ground vibrant flavors such as hibiscus, cardamom, cacao, and ginger, painting a vivid palate of the rich multicultural fabric that is the sprit of the City of Angels.

750 ML 45% ALC/VOL | 90 PROOF
TASTING NOTES
Features
Ingredients

Balanced yet complex, AMASS Dry Gin shines on its own while also mixing and melding in all your favorite gin cocktails. To bring out the botanicals, stir together a Spanish-style G&T with fresh sprigs of rosemary, grapefruit peel, and a squeeze of lime.

  • Gin for the age of Aquarius.

  • You'd be hard pushed to come across a bottle of gin as stylish and slickly designed.

  • Fresh floral aromas contrast against notes of dark chocolate and citrus zest in a soft and sublime finish [in this California gin].

  • Just as good in a martini as it is with seltzer and a lime.

  • This contemporary gin beautifully captures California terroir in the glass.

  • Gin for the age of Aquarius.

  • You'd be hard pushed to come across a bottle of gin as stylish and slickly designed.

  • Fresh floral aromas contrast against notes of dark chocolate and citrus zest in a soft and sublime finish [in this California gin].

  • Just as good in a martini as it is with seltzer and a lime.

  • This contemporary gin beautifully captures California terroir in the glass.

Loving it!

I drank it neat first and it's spicy notes reminded me of a rye so I used it in a Manhattan. It was delicious in both. I've already recommended it to several friends.

Tyler D
NOT SURE IF THE NAME IS APPEALING TO EVERYONE BUT IT MADE ME CURIOUS!

Excellent flavor! I would buy it again.

KURT S.

Botanics for modern life.

Juniper

Juniper (Juniperus communis) is the defining botanical in gin. In fact, the word gin itself is short for the Dutch word jenever, meaning juniper. A member of the Cupressaceae family, juniper berries give the spirit its signature piney, citrusy taste; essentially, they make gin taste like gin.

Botanics for modern life.

Juniper

Juniper (Juniperus communis) is the defining botanical in gin. In fact, the word gin itself is short for the Dutch word jenever, meaning juniper. A member of the Cupressaceae family, juniper berries give the spirit its signature piney, citrusy taste; essentially, they make gin taste like gin.

Botanics for modern life.

Juniper

Juniper (Juniperus communis) is the defining botanical in gin. In fact, the word gin itself is short for the Dutch word jenever, meaning juniper. A member of the Cupressaceae family, juniper berries give the spirit its signature piney, citrusy taste; essentially, they make gin taste like gin.

Botanics for modern life.

Juniper

Juniper (Juniperus communis) is the defining botanical in gin. In fact, the word gin itself is short for the Dutch word jenever, meaning juniper. A member of the Cupressaceae family, juniper berries give the spirit its signature piney, citrusy taste; essentially, they make gin taste like gin.

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