The color is from the infusion of the six arctic plants that make up Ungavaâ€™s unique botanical bill, the base spirit is local corn and the six arctic botanicals range from the relatively commonâ€” Rosehips for example. And the go all the way to the obscure such as the Bakeapple or Labrador Tea.
In an odd way this combination makes for a gin and tonic that might be to the liking of those who are fans of more bitter drinks. Thereâ€™s a touch of sweetness, but this is certainly not the Gin and Tonic youâ€™re used to drinking like a sugary sweet soda.
The Whitley Neill range has branched out from gin and is explore new lands with their first flavoured vodka! While their gin took inspiration from Africa, their Blood Orange Vodka draws its inspiration from Sicily.