Gray Whale Gin
Every year the California Gray Whale makes a migration from the warm waters of Baja to the arctic. The botanicals used to make Gray Whale Gin honor this epic trek. Included in the mix are limes from Temecula, fresh mint from Santa Cruz, almonds from the Capay Valley, wild juniper berries from Big Sur, fir from a tree farm in Sonoma, and Kombu sea kelp wild harvested from the Mendocino Coast. The result is a unique flavor profile that starts with a citrus burst and ends with the smooth finish, making it ideal for drinking straight over ice or in a wide variety of cocktails.