This London Dry Gin was produced in a unique collaboration between Thomas Neubert and Oliver Ebert. It combines the aromas of orange blossom and orange zest with ginger, bergamot, coriander, cardamom, and lavender. Thomas made the conscious decision to limit the botanicals to ten, which harmonize perfectly for the Freimeister gin.
Tasting neat reveals this spirit to be a new interpretation of the classic gin, in which each of the botanical elements are there to serve gin’s true master, the juniper berry.
Juniper | Citrus | Coriander
Juniper | Violet root | Lavender | Cardamom | Orange | Bergamot
Lemon | Ginger
- Fermentation by Freimeister
- Pot still
- Fractionating column
- Barrel aging
Neutral grain spirit | Water | Coriander | Bergamot | Orange peel | Lemon peel | Cardamom | Orange blossom | Lavender blossom | Violet root | Ginger | Juniper berry
Distiller | Bodekow, Western Pomerania
Thomas Neubert is a skilled distiller. Before he dedicated himself to the trade side of distillation at the small Schloss Zinzow estate distillery, he worked in the aroma industry. Zinzow in Vorpommern is a tiny town in the municipality of Boldekow with a total population of 668.
Thomas Neubert produces fruit brandies, spirits, gin, and liqueurs in his landmark protected distillery. This gin that was awarded with gold at the craft spirits festival DESTILLE BERLIN.
Bar Owner | Berlin, Germany
In 2004 Oliver, a studied philosopher and literary scholar, bid adieu to the world of theatre to open a bar in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. Today “Beckett’s Kopf” is considered one of the country’s best bars and, in 2013, Oliver was named the Mixologist of the Year. He supports the Freimeisterkollektiv with his specialized knowledge and creative impetus. Oliver supported Thomas Neubert in the development of his GIN 206. Thanks to his initiative, Josef Farthofer and Ralf Rüller have come forward with a coffee spirit from two different coffee varieties.