Crafter\u2019s unabashedly admits that it uses alchemy principles in the distillation of their Aromatic Flower Gin. Of course, that\u2019s a marketing ploy, but the connection is still there. Inspired by the alchemical hope of transforming one substance into another, Crafter\u2019s came up with a gin that actually changes color. Thanks to the rose hip flower extract in the gin, when combined in a classic cocktail with tonic, the gin will turn a light pink in color.\r\n\r\nRose hip isn\u2019t the only flavor that you\u2019ll pick up on with this gin. Crafter\u2019s has infused their Aromatic Flower Gin with 12 aromatic botanicals: meadowsweet, rose, elderflower, fennel, lemon, yuzu, rose hip flower, lavender, chamomile, juniper berry, orange, and coriander. The result is a rich bouquet for the nose, and a sweet taste offset by crisp juniper berries and the exotic flavor of yuzu.\r\n\r\nCrafter\u2019s uses their century-old copper pot, affectionately nicknamed \u201cMamma Ilse\u201d, to distill the botanicals. The pot also served as the inspiration for the gin\u2019s bottle.\r\n\r\nCrafter\u2019s Aromatic Flower Gin hales from Tallinn, Estonia. While the gin promises to be a pleasure to drink, it also represents a chance to mix in some business. They\u2019re looking for distributors to help put their products in the hands of businesses around the world.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.