Five Corners is a color-changing gin. All you need is a glass, Five Corners and some lemon or acidic tonic water. What you get in return is magic. For all for whom normal is not enough, Five Corners gin will be a real revelation. A welcome drink and a topic to start a conversation.
“We had an abundance of fruit in Honolulu, of course. Oranges, pine-apples, bananas, strawberries, lemons, limes, mangoes, guavas, melons, and a rare and curious luxury called the cherimoya, which is deliciousness itself. “
Mark Twain, Roughing It, 1872.
FIVE CORNERS GIN
From the attention paid to the design of the bottle, which, along with its name, reflects its sparkling character, ingredients like cherimoya that we cannot properly describe without tasting it, to the natural color of butterfly pea flower, this gin is special. Its greatest distinctiveness is being able to make each of us the most ingenious bartender.
To create a gin of exceptional quality, we use only color-sorted class A juniper berries. This means that we use the largest and sweetest berries, fully ripe, which will give all the fullness of taste that we expect from premium quality gin.
THE MOST DELICIOUS FRUIT
The dominant taste of juniper is seasoned with the most tasteful fruit in the world, cherimoya, which we cannot describe worthily without tasting it. Back in 1872, Mark Twain described cherimoya as the most delicious fruit known to man. The characteristic aroma of cherimoya resembles a mixture of pineapple and banana aromas.
APPEARANCE IS IMPORTANT
The electric blue color of Five Corners gin is completely natural, and it is due to the flowers of butterfly pea, which, in addition to color, give an aroma similar to black tea. Sparkling in design and character, Five Corners provides a special experience by serving in front of the guest due to the gentle effect of color change from blue to pink when adding tonic water.
TAKE CARE OF FIVE CORNERS GIN
Organic colors do not last forever, and they are most quickly destroyed by heat and light. Five Corners does not contain preservatives or chemical stabilizers. To preserve the natural blue as long as possible, store Five Corners in a dark and cool place.
A SHOT OF BLUE
Innovation made on bottle closure provides another shot of organic blue color when bottle is opened. That way even if the color already faded away in the bottle, a consumer would get freshly colored gin when the closure is opened. A fresh shot of blue will again be able to turn pink when acidic tonic is added to the gin.
FIVE CORNERS GIN QUALITY AWARDS
Winner of silver medal at San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2018
Winner of gold medal at Stuttgart International Spirits Competition 2018
Winner of silver medal at Dionizijana 2017