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THE HIGH
PRIESTESS               52€ 

AUTUMN,
Limited edition 500 
bottles 

The High Priestess is the very first gin produced by the distillery, created in collaboration with Daniel Haesinger, grower-distiller in Alsace. This batch was distilled in the fall and the recipe was inspired by seasonal products such as mirabelle plums and hyssop flowers, which with the juniper berries form the most distinctive notes.

Shipping options : Click & Collect : By clicking « click & collect », you can come at the distillery and pick up your order for free Shipping within France : We work with Chronopost for our bottle shipping, through their ’shop 2 shop’ service, that will ship your parcel to one of their many partner shops in France. For this option, you can choose the 1, 3 or 6 bottle-shipping option. Please note the total price includes the packaging for the bottles plus the shipping price. Please select and let us know which shop you wish to have your order delivered by clicking on this link : https://www.chronoshop2shop.fr/shop2shop-en-ligne/#/ou-nous-trouver Shipping international : For any request of home shipping internationally, please send us an email at contact@distilleriedelarbresec.com or give us a call at this number 0033142334826.

AROMATIC RANGE

Juniper, mirabelle plum, hyssop, blackcurrant pepper.

NOSE

The nose varies between the roundness of the mirabelle and the subtle herbaceous touches from the hyssop.

PALATE

The freshness brought by the jupiter berries, along with delicate floral aromas and a fruity sweetness that lingers in the mouth.

FINISH

The final note is persistent with hints of flower.

BEHIND THE LABEL

The pictural work on the label has been painted by Léa Augereau, a female artist with a colorful style and feminist commitment. She chose the card number two of the major arcana of the Marseilles Tarot deck, knowned as the Papess or the High Priestess. 

 

The High Priestess is a feminine character, who sits between two pillars symbolizing the duality. She is generally represented holding a manuscript in her hand, as a symbol of knowledge and wisdom. This allegorical figure invites tarot readers to learn, but also to follow their instinct to read the signs. She is associated to the idea of mystery and secrets that must be attempted to find or reveal. 

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