Not just an ordinary gin selection!
NOG! No Ordinary Gin
NOG! gin is one of Bert’s special projects. NOG! stands for ‘No Ordinary Gin’ and that is exactly what it is. The idea was to create a gin for drinking neat but also with tonic. With his expertise he created a gin that was finished in one of his previously released whisky casks. This gives the gin a nice color, more roundness and for sure more complexity.
NOG! is released in small batches and when it hit the shelves for the first time it was a big success. As a result many other small batches followed, each finished in a specific Asta Morris cask.
Strength: 46% ABV
Botanicals: juniper, lavender, hops, poppy, orange, coriander, fennel & cocoa
Dalmore for Huis Crombé & The Bonding Dram
May 3, 2014
Benriach for TasTToe Two
May 30, 2014
October 9, 2014
February 2, 2015
Imperial 1995 Signatory Vintage
May 8, 2015
Mortlach 1995 for Whiskytaste Sweden
August 7, 2015
November 13, 2015
Blair Athol 1998
January 11, 2016
Glentauchers 1992 for GaiaFlow Japan
March 28, 2016
July 22, 2016
Strathmill 1992 for GaiaFlow Japan & Cru
October 27, 2016
Auchentoshan 1991 for GaiaFlow Japan
December 15, 2016
Caperdonich 1995 for GaiaFlow Japan
May 15, 2017
Second fill virgin oak
August 31, 2017
November 20, 2017
Glen Moray 2007 for Japan
May 17, 2018
Macduff 2006 for Japan
November 12, 2018
D.R.K.N.S.S. is a rare and exclusive gin that was not for sale in the shops. The gin could only be tasted in the 'Upper Room Bar' of the glamorous and trendy restaurant The Jane. The restaurant is based in Antwerp and is awarded with two Michelin stars.
The gin was matured in an oak Benriach whisky cask which was destroyed after the bottling. A relic of the cask is attached to each of the 73 bottles.
The gin does not need any garnish or tonic water and is best to be drunk neat.
Strength: 47,8% ABV
Botanicals (main): juniper, tangerine, hops, malt, orange, coriander, clove, fennel & cocoa
Soul Gin is made from a recipe developed by Bert after he had been challenged to make a gin to enjoy neat. This gin has been conceived to be able to stand a cask maturation of seven months up to more than two years. This maturation substantially changes the gin.
Soul (or Tamashi) Gin is only available in Japan and Hong Kong. In Europe it can be tasted at The Jane restaurant, based in Antwerp (Belgium), as they have an exclusivity agreement. Wider availability in Europe since 2018.
Strength: 46% ABV
Botanicals (main): juniper, lavender, hops, poppy, orange, coriander, fennel & cocoa