The first olive oil infused Gin ever.
When, after 500 years of gin history, someone comes up with the idea of using plant-based lipids to boost its aromas, that’s either innovation or madness. And there’s a fine line between the two. OEL’s 3 Gin combines 168 years of family-owned distillery tradition and 3 years of start-up agriculture. That is, it brings together gin and olive oil, or Kalamata and Berlin, and together they walk that fine line with ease. Equal parts flavor and history.
The result is based on the delightful principle of off-label use. After all, Francois de la Boe never imagined that his experiments with juniper berries and alcohol would lead, not to a digestive medicine, but to millions of people stumbling home on a regular basis. Similarly, the pure olive oil of the Berlin-based company OEL was never meant to become a percentage, buried beneath ice and only savored well after dusk. And yet here we are. You can ask yourself why, or you can give it a try and enjoy the unique taste. We recommend, for entirely unselfish reasons, the latter option.
And no ice!