Seaweed Gin is made using two processes, both with the same ingredients. First, it’s made traditionally using the still and gin basket, which holds the juniper, seaweed and savoury. Secondly, the same ingredients are macerated in 79 per cent alcohol and then filtered out. The maceration preserves the natural oils in the juniper and seaweed and gives the liquid a slight yellow colour. The hand-picked juniper is from Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula and the dulse seaweed from the Grand Banks. A small amount of locally grown savoury completes this unique and exceptional gin.