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Muti Gin

From New Harbour Distillery

In South African English, the word "muti" is derived from the Zulu word umuthi, meaning "tree," whose root is -thi. Muti has been fashioned by traditional healers since the dawn of Africa, to soothe the afflictions of people, from the outlandish to the ordinary.

Inspired by botanical remedies and African tradition, this citrus styled gin is expertly crafted from only the freshest Umuthi. Rich, complex and refreshing, let it soothe & rejuvenate the soul.

Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance

Smooth and Citrus

Aromatic juniper, lemon zest & coriander open up into sweet & salty olive finish. Long & lingering taste with hints of salty Ghô-kum.

Ideal mixer: Soda, tonic, vermouth

Recommended garnish: Lime, naartjie, lemon

Ideal serve: Half soda, half tonic and a lime wedge for garnish

Juniper
Citrus
Floral
Fruit
Herbal
Spice
Crushed
Dried Lemon Peel

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ABV:43
Nose:Aromatic notes of juniper, lemon zest & coriander open up into sweet and salty olive finish.
Palate:Herbal but sweet initial taste adds depth to the silky smooth burst of fresh fruity and citrus flavours.
Finish:Long and lingering with hints of salty GhÔ-kum, finished by warming ginger.
Serve:Double dose of Muti (50 ml), 100 ml legit tonic & 100 ml soda. Garnish with citrus peel (orange, naartjie, grapefruit, lime or lemon) in that order of favourite. And edible flowers for Instagram :)
Website:www.mutispirits.co.za