Even the labels are pasted onto Windspiel Premium Dry Gin manually. The spirit is an exquisite concoction in honor of Frederic the Great.
Just how perfectly hand craftsmanship and true sustainability overlap is demonstrated since 2014 by the Windspiel Manufacture. Not only do the potatoes for the raw alcohol production stem from their own farm, the Weilerhof in Berlingen located in the Vulkan Eifel. Additionally the Windspiel team gains the energy needed for heating the Weilerhof by growing their own energy plant Miscanthus. This is what you call efficiency.
Windspiel Gin convinces with its upscale and high quality design and its straightforwardness. Altogether 10 botanicals provide for the spirit´s fresh taste, which is – alongside a subtle potato flavor – made up of juniper berry, lemon, cilantro, cinnamon bark and lavender. Windspiel´s highest priority lies in handicraft, starting with bottling and culminating in the labelling. Master distiller Holger Borchers refuses to use any sort of indusdtrial machinery. By the way, the greyhound as the bottle´s emblem is no coincidence: he is dedicated to Frederic the Great. Frederic wasn´t just the discoverer of the potato, he was also a proven greyhound lover.