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You have heard so many stories
from far-away India. Now you
shall be able to drink them.


In 2015, the world was going through a “Gin-aissance” and yet, two bar owners in Delhi who waited expectantly for the tsunami of Gin brands were left high and dry. The country where Gin & Tonic was invented and where exotic gin botanicals are found in most home kitchens was still in the dark ages of Gin. If they wanted Gin, they were going to have to make it themselves.

They stepped out from behind the bar, got themselves a copper pot still and experimented with every spice, herb and fruit they could find. They found a lot, they distilled a lot, they tasted a lot and they fell down a lot. With a little bit of luck and a lot of help, they found two recipes they loved enough to not just want to serve at their own bar but to take to the rest of the country and the world.



He makes the Gins and runs around looking busy.

Fav Drink – Greater Than Gin & Tonic


He talks up the Gins and barely uses any words while doing so.

Fav Drink – Hapusa, neat / Tonic, neat


She dresses up the Gins and makes us all look good.

Fav Drink –Greater Than Reverse Martini


He makes the Gins and loves meeting people (not just on Instagram).

Fav Drink – Hapusa Tonic with Cold-Brew


She taught us all there is to know about Gin and she will pose for a selfie.

Fav Drink – The Gimlet


The only London Dry Gin made in India.
Copper pot distilled with botanicals sourced from India and around the world.

Clean juniper and fresh lemon peel on the nose and a zing of ginger on the finish

Available in Goa & Bengaluru

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The world's first Himalayan Dry Gin.
Made with Himalayan juniper & unique botanicals native to India.

Pine forest on the nose with a bold earthiness and wildflowers on the palate

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