Tāmras Gin launches in Mumbai

The gin’s recipe has been developed by award-winning Master Distiller from Germany, Julia Nourney.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
Tamras

Tāmras Gin, a new small-batch, hand-crafted, copper-distilled Indian dry gin, has recently launched in Mumbai.

With a distillery in Goa, Tāmras Gin’s name is derived from Sanskrit words meaning copper and lotus flower. The name is an ode to the brand’s copper-distilling process and their lotus botanicals.

Tāmras Gin was created by Devika Bhagat and Khalil Bachooali, the co-founders and co-distillers of Adventurist Spirits Distillery; an independently-owned, family-run business established in 2020 in Colvale, North Goa.

The gin’s recipe has been developed by award-winning Master Distiller from Germany, Julia Nourney. It is traditionally copper-distilled, made in small batches in a hand-crafted, 230-litre Mueller Copper Still with individual botanical distillates, and is slow-diluted over 28 days.

The finished product is bottled and labelled at the brand’s distillery itself in a decorated bottle from Saver Glass, France and a wooden stopper from Labrenta, Italy. It is priced at Rs. 3200 plus taxes in Mumbai.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU