Harahorn Norwegian Gin
While the Harahorn Norwegian Gin is named after a mountain in Norway, it's also inspired by the story of a hare with horns.
A more terrifying prospect has never crossed our minds. Despite striking fear into our hearts, this gin is rather pleasing indeed, making use of Røros juniper berries, Nordmarka blueberries, Grimstad rhubarb and bladderwrack, Oppdal angelica and Sunndal wild marjoram.
Juniper and blueberry always go together handsomely. The subtle tartness of rhubarb plays well the pairing, too.
- Gold: Gin - 2019 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
- Bronze: Gin - 2016 International Spirits Challenge
- Bronze: London Gin Premium - 2018 International Spirits Challenge
Country: Norwegian Gin