The extraordinary (all-natural) colour of Boudier’s Saffron gin is all from the gin’s signature ingredient – the most expensive spice in the world.
Saffron Gin comes from a recipe rediscovered in the Boudier archives. Saffron Gin is the result of an alliance between Great Britain for its London Dry Gin, India for its spice used extensively in cooking and in religious ceremonies, and French know-how developed by Gabriel Boudier. This original product with exotic notes is manufactured entirely at Dijon and is used in numerous cocktails, the most famous being Saffron gin and tonic. The list of botanicals includes juniper, coriander, lemon, orange peel, angelica seeds, iris, fennel, and, of course, saffron. This style of gin takes a neutral spirit and then adds juniper berries and other natural flavorings before it is re-distilled.