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Our OPIHR Gin is firmly rooted in the Ancient Spice Route, inspired by the adventurous spirit of the merchants travelling thousands of miles to trade exotic spices and botanicals from distant lands.
OPIHR spiced gin is inspired by a love of travel and discovery, so in celebration of this we introduce The OPIHR Drinks Atlas; a curation of OPIHR cocktails, each designed to celebrate one of our ten botanicals and the location from which we source them along the Ancient Spice Route.View all cocktails
Like the explorers in days of old, we too have ventured far to seek out the exotic botanicals and spices that create OPIHR Oriental Spiced GinThe Opihr Story
The spicy Cubeb came to Europe via India through trade in Arabia. Provides an aromatic pepperiness and camphor notes that sing in harmony with the juniper.
When you open a bottle of Opihr Gin, the first note that will hit your nose is sweet and fragrant cardamom; a real stand-out botanical in our gin.
Provides peppery finish on the tongue. Tellicherry comes from grafted Malabar plants grown on Mount Tellicherry on the Malabar Coast in in the state of Kerala.
The heat from the ginger botanical adds sharp spice notes with hints of Oriental sweetness. Opihr is therefore also perfectly paired with ginger ale.
Not only one of the most curiously looking botanicals, black lemons add Middle Eastern citrus notes to our Arabian Edition.
Nothing reminds us more of the Orient than the flavour of cumin. The Ancient Spice Route leads through Turkey which is a trading port connection East and West. It does not get much more OPIHR than that.
Sharp bursts of citrus from the grapefruit peel make our OPIHR Gin so well-balanced and complement its spicy and herbal notes.
OPIHR would not be a gin without this core ingredient. Hand-picked in Italy, it provides the basis for our herbal and refreshing spiced gin.
An essential part of the holy trinity of gin. Angelica root gives OPIHR Gin finely balanced bitter and earthy notes. The Spice Route leads along many unexpected places.
Along with juniper and angelica, coriander builds the holy trinity of gin and contributes to OPIHR’s distinct flavour profile and explosion of flavours.
Sweet and bitter orange peel ripened by the Spanish sun creates a flavour balance that works perfectly with all our other hand-selected herbs and spices.
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