One Key Gin gives you a taste of the future. With a few unusual ingredients to boast, this spirit is on a mission to change the way we think about gin. The cutting-edge bottle design is like nothing you?ve ever seen before and will certainly turn a few heads the next time you have guests over. A hidden surprise with this gin is the secret key, sitting discreetly at the base of the bottle. To open the bottle, you need to pull the key out of the base, insert it into the space on the top of the bottle and twist. The sleek, dark blue bottle may well be the future of gin-drinking technology.
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Made from rye on Jonathan Adnams farm in Suffolk, the gin has added Japanese Match tea and lemongrass as well as the base botanicals of orange peel, ginger, Grains of Paradise, Cubeb Berries and Angelica all adding complexity and a subtle spiceness to the gin.