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Our Range of Gin

 

 


Varmland, Sweden
 

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'GO GREEN, GO RUNA'

Runa’s Story: In Sweden, they are very meticulous when it comes to their 'home made' products meaning that there is a significant amount of red tape that needs to be met by prospective distillers. Therefore, the distillers have focussed on the gin being 'organic' as a good additional selling point. 

What makes it standout? The distillery is based in MockFjard in Varmland, Sweden, high up in the mountains which is famous for its grand forests, clear waters and where everything is hand crafted. The water used in the distillation process is tapped from deep inside a well of the famous Scandinavian mountains and the ethanol used at the beginning of the process is distilled up to 96% which is what makes it so pure, smooth and easy to drink.


 
 



 

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Runa Silver Gin

ALC 43% VOL, 70cl.

A distilled organic gin of absolute top quality, with a lovely soft fragrance of summer forests and flavours that hint of juniper and orange.

Produced from the finest, organic ingredients for those who appreciate and value the best. Runa Gin, with Scandinavian character of purity and freshness.

Main ingredients:  Juniper, Satsuma, Cardamom....with numerous 'Nordic Herbs'. 

RRP £39.95 (incl. VAT)


 
 



 

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Runa Old Fashioned Gin

ALC 43% VOL, 70cl.

Aged in Juniper Casks for 8 months

Organic distilled gin, that has been aged in hand crafted juniper casks from mother nature in Varmland, Sweden for 8months. It is rich in flavour, oily and smooth. A truly unique way to drink gin. Best served in a chilled glass or with Ice only.

Produced from the finest, organic ingredients for those who appreciate and value the best. Runa Gin, with Scandinavian character of purity and freshness.

Main ingredients: Juniper, Satsuma, Cardamom....with numerous 'Nordic Herbs'. 

RRP £64.95 (incl. VAT) 

small batch (1-336 bottles)

Ageing Gin process

The modern and growing trend for maturing gin in wood is as old as gin itself, originally due to wooden casks being the most common container for storage, transportation and dispensing spirits.

Storing or ‘aging’ gin in wood (usually oak) will inevitably impart a straw-yellow appearance and prolonged exposure turns the gin deep amber, as seen with our ‘Old fashioned’ Runa gin. Such gins were originally termed ‘yellow gins’.

Writing in 1938, Ernest Hemingway; famous for his great literature, mentions yellow gin in ‘The Denunciation’, one of his five short stories set during the Spanish Civil War.