Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin is an aromatic take on the premium gin category. Launched by Quintessential Brands in October 2013, the gin is made at the G&J Distillery and backed by their experienced marketing team.
G&J Greenall is Britain’s second largest distillery, producing 7mn cases of spirit annually and boasting a hard-earned, world-class reputation for expertise and craftsmanship. The distillery plays a big part in the third party distilling world, but also has a plethora of quality spirits under its own portfolio: Greenall’s, Bloom, Berkeley Square and Thomas Dakin, all of which are made under the watchful eye of head distiller Joanne Moore.
Opihr Gin is named after the legendary port from which King Solomon was said to receive a cargo of gold, silver, sandalwood, pearls, ivory, apes and peacocks every three years. While this may sound like the content of a hipster’s Anthropolgie shopping basket today, during days of yore such items were extremely exotic and would have only been garnered through mad and dangerous means.