Nature's wild apostles, 12 botanicals Water, 80 years after it was flung down on New Zealand's Southern Alps, has been wrenched from the soil.
Nose: Bright citrus notes are complemented with nearly joyous cinnamon and pine undertones. The taste is dominated by juniper, which is large and strong with an oily undertone. Cardamom, clove, and cinnamon keep things spicy once again. Finish: Lemon and juniper linger, with a trace of licorice.