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The special gin was actually then named after the well-known pre-Prohibition cocktail, The Aviation. The famous cocktail was created in the early 1900s by well-known bartender Hugo Ensslin and is made with gin, maraschino liqueur, crème de Violette, and lemon juice. The distilled gin was originally bottled in a wine bottle with a blue label.
The current bottle is shaped like a flask, inspired by the Art Deco period, adorned with a black label and a silver cap. Produced by House Spirits Distillery, the ratio for the recipe remains secret, but there are 8 known botanicals used during distillation: juniper, lavender, sweet and bitter orange peel, cardamom, coriander, Indian sarsaparilla, and anise seed.
42% ALC BY VOL 84 Proof - Rested in American Single Malt Whiskey Barrels.