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Barr Hill Gin

America's most awarded gin

Barr Hill Gin is our ode to the hardworking bees of the Northeast. The juniper-forward botanicals are brought to a perfect balance by the floral depth of the raw honey. The results are distinctive and unparalleled.

Barr Hill Gin is distilled once in our custom-built botanical extraction still with hand-crushed, juniper, and then finished with raw honey from our region. The raw honey contributes botanical depth from the countless wildflowers foraged by the bees. How do we extract such complexity from simple raw materials? Our secrets are kept in the hive.

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$39.99
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Tasting Notes:

Juniper-forward botanicals with soft wildflower nectars present from our raw honey.

Expertly balanced with a depth of natural botanicals, this award winning gin is approachable and well suited to elevate any gin cocktail. Enjoy it on the rocks, as a classic G&T and memorable Bee’s Knees cocktail.

Gluten-Free. Kosher. ABV: 45%

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Riva R

Barr Hill Gin

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Amanda Venema
Best Gin

I absolutely love this gin!

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MRV person
Gin 10 stars, Barr Hill canned gin & tonic cocktail, 2 stars

The Barr Hill Gin is incredible: a BH gin & tonic (the good tonic) is my guilty pleasure on a hot, humid Summer day. I just tried the BH canned Gin & Tonic on a recommendation from Mad River Taste Place, and….no. On the bright side: I am now “forced” to buy a whole, big bottle of The Real Thing: sublime Barr Hill Gin when I get my annual Summer craving for a G&T!

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Customer
Gin

The best anywhere!

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Garreth Heidt
When I die…

I want the last thing I see to be my beautiful wife, the last thing I feel to be the small hands of my grandchildren, and the last thing I hear to be “Heaven” by Talking Heads.

But more than anything I want the last thing I taste to be Tom Cat, and the last…the very last thing I smell to be a newly uncorked bottle of Barr Hill Gin. That way, even if I don’t make it to the pearly gates, I will spend eternity in a heavenly state of mind.