Old Sport (Greek) Gin

Old Sport (Greek) Gin

S$103.00 Regular Price
S$89.00Sale Price

Handcrafted with passion, a most gentle and adventurous gin. Mildly complex and fresh, selectively distilled with wild Juniper Berries, Angelica Root, Rosemary, Cardamom Seeds, Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg, Orris Root, Licorice Root, Lemon Peel, Bitter Orange Peel, Coriander Seeds and Mastiha, the resin of the native Mastic trees on Chios island, the unique in the world ʻtears of Chiosʼ.


Tasting Notes

Crisp and fresh, tender bites of juniper on a subtle backbone of earthy spices and cardamom. Gentle alcohol notes, sweet and floral in the background.

Juniper kicks in with a fruity bouquet dancing on a bright citrus tone. A smooth and adventurous pine and rosemary escort complements a genuinely rich feel.

Clean and lively finish, balanced citrus and spicy dryness with a novel and gentle resinous sweetness.


Our background

In 1850 George Callicounis established in Kalamata in Southern Greece, the first steam powered distillery with the best known machinery at the time. He combined imagination with knowledge and using a big variety of aromatic plants, roots and fruits from the vast vegetation of Southern Greece, started creating original distillates and extracts with original tastes and flavors.

Old Sport, the first premium greek gin, is a unique combination of botanicals and Mastiha, the resin of the native Mastic trees on Chios island, the unique in the world ʻtears of Chiosʼ.


700ml, 42% ABV

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