The Gin St. Laurent is a breath of sea air laden with salt, powerful herbaceous and floral notes interspersed with a pine-wood aroma reminiscent of Quebec's boreal forest. A complex gin resulting from an improbable union of aromatics from the four corners of the globe and algae of the St. Lawrence. \n \nA first herbaceous and floral approach gives way to notes of pinewood followed by pastry flavours, citrus scents and a peppery hint. The laminar alga, also called Neptune's harness, gives the Gin St. Laurent its characteristic greenish colour and a soft mineral and slightly iodised finish. \n \nAwards: "Canadian Gin Distillery of the Year" at New York International Spirits Competition 2016
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