TEXAS DRY GIN
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Uniquely crafted with Texas Bluebonnets and 10 other carefully selected botanicals, our combination of “Old” and “New” world gin styles produces a well-balanced dry gin we call “Texas Dry.”
With a distinct profile of light juniper, mild floral notes, and a complimentary citrus finish, Calamity is THE premium Gin for independent spirits, forging their path.
Calamity Jane was a legendary character and icon of the American West. She was renowned for her sharpshooting and heavy drinking – but also for her heroism and charity towards others. Calamity Gin embodies the independent spirit of Calamity Jane and inspires all women and men to find their inner legend through confidence and determination.
Offer a unique component in balancing out the floral undertones
Selected for its lighter characteristics to harmonize with the other botanicals
Acts as a subtle foundation leaving you with a hint of spice
Creates the floral notes while bringing a pronounced spice to the profile
Gives the gin additional floral undertones while leaving you with a delicate soft sweetness
Adds a boldness and depth to the citrus finish
Elevates the acidic flavor while blending with the other citrus botanicals
Rounds out the various citrus notes making for a very soft touch of bitterness
Is a dominate part of the citrus character providing fresh strong acidic tones
Subdued mellow citrus character complements the lemon while adding to the base notes
Seeds add a sweet, aromatic taste with a touch of citrus.
93 POINTS – BEVERAGE TESTING INSTITUTE
“Clear color. Aromas of sandalwood, menthol and tomato-herb focaccia with a supple, crisp, dryish light -to-medium-long sage, turmeric, and grains of paradise finish. A gin-lover’s gin, both masculine and delicate; timeless botanicals suit any classic cocktail”
– BTI, TASTINGS.COM
95 POINTS – THE TASTING PANEL
“Scents of violets, cherry peppered white petals of freesia and a honeyed white grapefruit are some of the olfactory music coming from the glass of this 80-proof Texan. The pepper gains ground on the palate, along with grapefruit rind and an elaborate bunch of blue flowers. The finish of vanilla and bread dough adds textural buoyancy.”
– THE TASTING PANEL