Bummer & Lazarus Dry Gin
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Bummer & Lazarus was named after two stray dogs that lived in San Francisco in the late 1800s. Bummer rescued Lazarus from a fight and as a result, the two were together forever. Bummer and Lazarus were so loved that there was a statute allowing the two dogs roam the city were dogs were never ever allowed. When Lazarus died over 30,000 people attended the funeral and when Bummer died Mark Twain wrote the eulogy. Mark Twain actually used the dogs in some of his stories. There is a Bummer and Lazarus monument located in the Transamerica building redwood grove in San Francisco which pays tribute to the two dogs.
This gin is distilled at Raff Distilleries on Treasure Island in the heart of San Francisco Bay and made from 100% California grapes.
GOLD medal Craft Spirits Award 2013.
Citrus and cinnamon
A burst of orange and lemon, juniper berries, orris root, coriander, cinnamon and licorice with a hint of pepper