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Blueberry Juniper

ALC 7.0% VOL

Gin and Tonic, but make it Boochy. Late summer blueberries mingle with juniper, lime, and centaury (trust us on this one) to create a brilliantly bitter-sweet ode to the classic cocktail. This Booch is dry, aromatic, and seriously session.

Artwork provided by Hanna Gundrum with Little House Ink.

Photo of Blueberry Juniper

Ingredients & Nutrition

Raw kombucha, Juniper Berries, Blueberries, Limes, Centaury, Yeast

  • Calories: 171 / 12oz
  • Sugar : 12.8/ 12oz
  • ABV: 7%
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The first thing to note is the beautiful color of this Booch. The blueberries color this Booch a beautiful light reddish-purple color, definitely something that will draw intrigue. The aroma profile should remind you heavily of pine and gin. The juniper is what comes through at the start and is the heavy-hitter aroma. The undertones of the aroma should be some fresh blueberry, which inherently breaks down further into apple and pear in addition to the nice berry notes. Finally, you may notice a slight citrus presence of lime, but it should not be overpowering.

Similar to the other releases this flavor mimics the aroma, but there is also a component you should only detect in the flavor. So the heavy-hitting infusion ingredient, the juniper berries, will be detectable at the start and finish of the beverage and give the nice flavor of pine and gin. Then the blueberry sweetness comes in with notes of apple, pear, and berry, and then there is the lime that shouldn’t be overpowering and reminiscent of a lime wedge squeezed into the drink.

A special component in this drink actually may be detected at the start or on the finish, but not aggressively so, that component is the centaury. You should taste some bitter notes, but it shouldn’t be overpowering and should remind you of quinine, the bitter component in the tonic.

If you are a gin and tonic lover, this should be your go-to drink of choice, because it should deliver all the components of a gin and tonic, but lighter and healthier.

-Kyle Oliver, Lead Chemist