Fleurette Gin Tasting

Fleurette Gin Tasting | New Alchemy Distilling

We’re sharing some quick thoughts today as we taste New Alchemy Distilling’s Fleurette Gin. Join us to learn about this craft distillery and spirit!


About Fleurette Gin

From New Alchemy Distilling…

“Fleurette is our exploration of floral and citrus qualities in gin. Eleven distinct flowers and other botanicals are blended with the most subtle and fragrant juniper berries. Fleurette is distinctly aromatic, with delicate aromas evoking a sense of sweetness in this dry gin. We like to include Fleurette in pre-Prohibition cocktails such as the Aviation, the Last Word, or the French 75, although its refined complexity also works on ice as a sipping gin.”

46% ABV

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750ml, MSRP $34.99 


At New Alchemy Distilling, we are passionate about bringing new perspectives to classic spirits. Distiller-owned and operated, we are personally involved in every step from recipe development to distillation and bottling. Our distillery began as an idea in a research laboratory, where our two founders first met, and that idea has since evolved into a small business, engaging additional members of our families. We combine both artistic and highly technical skillsets to develop new approaches to traditional spirits. Our vodka and gin use neutral spirit distilled in-house from local wine, resulting in subtle flavors distinct from those found in grain-based products. Our vodka undergoes a proprietary technique to further purify the spirit until it is bright and crisp. The botanicals in our gins are hand sorted, weighed, and ground, then precisely extracted by vapor-path distillation using a unique still we designed and built.

We believe that everything we make is an expression of ourselves; we each taste every new batch, no matter how small, in order to make sure that everything we bottle is something we can be proud of. From all of us at the New Alchemy Distilling family, we invite you to Drink Something New®.

New Alchemy Distilling


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The Crafty Cask celebrates and supports craft alcohol makers through engaging consumer content, events, virtual tastings, and online education. We help craft enthusiasts drink better and craft makers market their brands better to build thriving small businesses that keep #TipplerNation drinking well!

Your hosts for this event, alongside the featured maker, are Suzanne Henricksen, Founder of The Crafty Cask and Evan Rothrock, sommelier, certified cider professional, mixologist, and bespoke wine tour guide.

Read the transcript

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Hi there I’m Suzanne and this is Evan and we’re 
here today from The Crafty Cask to tell you all  

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about new Alchemy Distilling’s Fleurette Gin gin can be 
made in a few different ways infusing the flavors  

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and aromas can be done either by steeping or 
via vapory distillation or a combination of both  

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Fleurette uses vapor distillation additionally 
the spirit that they use as the base is made  

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from distilled wine which is relatively uncommon 
in the world absolutely they distill it in-house  

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should we give this a smell and a taste yeah

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so I’m getting some nice aromas of white flowers 
some Jasmine some honeysuckle a little bit of  

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like a little bit of tea and I’m from Arizona I 
smell desert after the rain ah interesting this is  

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like he’s a professional taster coming up sage 
perhaps okay and I’m tasting it what I really love  

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about this gin is that it’s subtle so it’s subtle 
in the Botanicals and then the flowers that come  

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through I tend to shy away from things that are 
really big on the Botanicals so this is a perfect  

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gin for me with that subtlety I’m really liking 
the richness of the palate I probably would  

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attribute that to the base being grapes or wine as 
opposed to grain or some other kind of distillate  

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um yeah very well integrated nice balance yeah 
this would be wonderful in some classic cocktails  

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um maybe a Gin Rickey I think that brightness of 
the lime zest would really kind of uh buoy the  

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Botanicals and the floral components and then 
that texture the mouth feel um could be offset  

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by the soda water yeah absolutely you know another 
thing that I’m thinking about that I like this gin  

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is it’s light on that Juniper flavor so I feel 
like a lot of people shy away from gin because  

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they think they all taste like Christmas trees I 
tended to be one of those people for a very long  

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time as well but with a craft Kind of revolution 
a lot of Gins now are very well balanced and while  

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of course they definitely still have Juniper 
in there as one of the prominent notes the  

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balance of the florals and mechanicals that come 
through on this the Juniper kind of takes a back  

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seat for me I really enjoy that in my gyms 
well let’s go mix up some cocktails and uh  

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if you’re trying the Fleurette Gin from New Alchemy
on Distilling or any of their other Spirits  

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for that matter of any of a great aquavit we 
hope you like them as much as we do cheers cheers

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