Origin

The design of the bottle is a tribute to the city of Binche, worldwide known for its carnival and its architectural heritage.

The ‘blood orange’ flavor is a reference to the gift offered by the Gille, Carnival’s King, on Shrove Tuesday at Binche.

The Lion and the silver color appear on the former coat of arms as well as on the city flag of Binche.

This original brand of gin is created, distilled and bottled in the Walloon region at the Distillery of Biercée.

Production

Each spice is distilled separately to avoid quality variations.

The boiler warmer in the hammered copper vats allows this Gin to develop its very special character.

Tasting

The Gin of Binche has a nice flowery flavor followed by a herbaceous note of juniper berries.

Delicate and well balanced in the mouth, the gin is characterized by the smoothness of the blood orange.

Our advice is to taste the gin with a neutral tonic, but with natural flavoring.

It results in a unique, soft, tasty and aromatic gin!

Tasting

The Gin of Binche has a nice flowery flavor followed by a herbaceous note of juniper berries.

Delicate and well balanced in the mouth, the gin is characterized by the smoothness of the blood orange.

Our advice is to taste the gin with a neutral tonic, but with natural flavoring.

It results in a unique, soft, tasty and aromatic gin!

GIN de BINCHE

Ingredients of the Gin de Binche

Blood orange
Juniper
green anise
cumin
Lemon
hop
caraway
fennel
lavender
Clove
coriander
hyssop

Ingredients of the Gin de Binche

blood orange

lemon

Lavender

juniper

hop

Clove

green anise

caraway

Coriander

Cumin

fennel

Hyssop

Some tips and tricks to improve the tasting

information

The production

Each spice is distilled separately to avoid variations in quality.

The heating on a water bath in hammered copper vats enables this gin to develop its particular nature.

Cocktail – Example of how to prepare

Put some ice cubes of a certain size (to avoid quick melting) in a glass to cool it down, add 5 cl of Gin de Binche, 12 cl of Belgian Erasmus Bond Tonic (or another high-quality neutral tonic), an orange zest, some slightly crushed juniper berries.

% of alcohol : 40 %

Accordance – Neutral tonic

Decorating – Orange or lemon zest, juniper berries, cloves…

Here is a delicious recipe with Binche Gin for the beautiful days ensoléillées

> Binche Gin 60ml

> 100 ml orange juice

> 10ml of strawberry purée

> 10 ml of grape juice

> a lot of ice

The production

Each spice is distilled separately to avoid variations in quality.

The heating on a water bath in hammered copper vats enables this gin to develop its particular nature.

Cocktail – Example of how to prepare

Put some ice cubes of a certain size (to avoid quick melting) in a glass to cool it down, add 5 cl of Gin de Binche, 12 cl of Belgian Erasmus Bond Tonic (or another high-quality neutral tonic), an orange zest, some slightly crushed juniper berries.

% of alcohol : 40 %

Accordance – Neutral tonic

Decorating – Orange or lemon zest, juniper berries, cloves…

Here is a delicious recipe with Binche Gin for the beautiful days ensoléillées

> Binche Gin 60ml

> 100 ml orange juice

> 10ml of strawberry purée

> 10 ml of grape juice

> a lot of ice

points of sale

You will find herewith the list of retailers who have placed their confidence in us and distribute our product.

This list will be regularly updated. Don’t hesitate to contact us directly at following mail address info@gindebinche.be if you would like to purchase our gin.

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