January 7, 2008

Death's Door Spirits Gin and Vodka - Go Into the Light

Looking to see a little further with your natural spirits than the world around you? A small company out of Wisconsin - Death's Door Spirits can help you see further. This company has created two products, a vodka and gin. Death's Door Spirits prides itself in supporting local agriculture and sustainability. Death's Door Vodka uses only organic wheat grown on Washington Island in Door County, Wisconsin. And the juniper berries for the gin are picked wild on Washington Island. Death's Door Spirits actively participates and supports local farmers and agriculture. Death's Door is company worth noting in the growing field of sustainability. The website provides info on infusions, recipes, cooking with spirits, and locations of where to purchase the product. Enjoy!

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 7, 2008 1:55 PM
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The Washington Island Juniper Harvest Festival 2009 was a smashing success! Check out here: http://photos.infomad.com/dds/4434619 for photos of the fun and be sure to join us next year.


Posted by: Brian Ellison at November 11, 2009 2:36 PM

Earlier this year, I met the entrepreneuer of Death's Door at a product sample tasting. He clued me in as to why this gin tasted unlike any other gin I've ever had. Turns out that this gin is a result of agri-tourism. Resort-hotel guests actually pick juniper berries all-day-long for fun! Get This! The freshness quality of those juniper berries is rendolently magnified in this gin. Virtually, most other gins use dried juniper berries (raisins). I, for one, am hooked. This is now my sipping gin.


Posted by: Scooterboy at May 29, 2009 12:26 PM
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