Franciscus Sylvius (1614-1672), better known as Franz de la Boë was a German doctor and chemist, although he achieved most of his work in Holland. Although he discovered many things in the field of chemistry he also achieved one of the most important findings in the history of liquor: gin. In 1658, Boë created the drink from juniper berries, cinnamon and a secret mix of botanicals because he thought the drink would have a purifying effect.
BOË Gin is produced in Doune, inspired by the orginal recipe of Franz de la Boë and distilled through almost the same methods. The 13 botanicals are picked by hand and the triple distillation simbolizes the process of the first gin created.
Size: 70 CL
Alcohol Content: 47%Vol.
|Region Produced in||Doune|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Country Produced in||Netherlands|