Sacred

Highgate, London

There is quite a buzz in the world of Gin, but it is important to get this into perspective; the infamous ‘Gin-Crazed’ London of the 17th Century was home to over 1500 distilleries!  Despite the hype, there are still just a handful and the smallest and most quirky must be Sacred.

Sacred was the inevitable result of Ian Hart’s forays through Wall Street, the City and not watching enough television.  His home in Highgate had an almost redundant front room and he had developed an excellent pallet for Gin (and fine Bordeaux), the blindingly obvious answer was to create a micro-distillery within these criminally wasted square feet of prime Highgate residential London.

In 2008 he put his back into the venture and got on with some serious research tracking the Spice route of the 16th Century and the botanicals essential to fine gin.
The ingredients lined up, all that remained was to find the best way to utilise them and vacuum distillation won the argument since the lower temperatures give fresher and lusher flavours.  It may be a little safer too, I’m just guessing.

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  1. Sacred. Dry London Gin

    Crystal clear. Lush, pine-fresh juniper nose, delicate violet flowers, crushed cardamom pods and cinnamon. Long zesty finish with lingering pine and peppercorns.


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    £31.00
  2. Sacred. Rosehip Cup

    Cranberry-like red berry fruit, floral geranium and herbal spice with bark and rooty bitterness. Very fruity compared to a Campari with even greater complexity.  Aftertaste: moderately bitter, tart fruit finish.


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    £29.50
  3. Sacred. Spiced English Red Vermouth

    Moderately sweet with balancing rooty bitterness. Warmly spiced with notes of cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and herbal complexity, lifted by zesty citrus with a long spicy bittersweet finish with red berry, wine and orange zest.


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    £31.00

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