A gin wrapped in mysticism and folklore has made its way to our shores.Commonly known in America as the Jackelope, the Harahorn is an elusive creature that many a hunter has sworn they’ve seen in the wild, with little proof.
In this bottle you’ll find a taste of Norway with a dash of this folklore. This tiny small-batch distillery only produces 400 liters at a time, and do so with meticulous quality and the precision of a bow-hunter. Using juniper berries, herbs, and roots from the wilds of Norway they augment the lively character of this gin with rhubarb from abandoned mountain farms, and blueberries from lowland forests.It’s a clean, juniper-forward gin with hints of citrus and spice. So tasty it will transport you to the snow-capped mountains of Norway… and if you see a little of the Northern Lights in your glass, don’t say we didn’t warn you.