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A childhood spent in the Kalmthoutse Heide surrounded by endless heathland and greenery had a great influence on the three Ickroth sisters. In 2015 we started this ambitious journey together; an eight-month-long search for the perfect taste resulted in a unique botanical gin.

team clover gin

The Clover gin name comes from the nostalgia of the scent of clover in the surrounding meadows, through which we used to ride our horses.

The clover’s three leaves also represent us as sisters: each an individual, but bonded by one stem. You could also say it represents the holy trinity or even luck, but in every case, it relates to something delicate and hopeful.

The distilling process was an adventure. Coriander, cardamom, and juniper are often used as strong bases while making a gin. It was the long search for the additional ingredients that made the process interesting. The surprising combination of the botanicals in each gin ended up adding a fresh perfume and unique twist.

The distilling process of our gins

Traditional copper still distillation

  1. A careful selection of the best juniper berries.
  2. Fresh hand-picked fruits and botanicals such as pear, lavender, and black pepper are left to macerate between 4 and 10 days before going in the copper still.
  3. Juniper distillate defines the heart of Clover gin.
  4. Distillation of every single botanical while retaining its freshest and most delicate aroma.
  5. Blending juniper base with botanical distillates.
  6. Finishing process: bottling and capping.
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Lucky n°4 gin - bottle 50 cl 1
  1. A careful selection of the best juniper berries and a blend of the finest green tea leaves.
  2. Fresh hand-picked fruits and botanicals such as bergamot, clementines, and coriander seeds are left to macerate between 4 and 10 days before going in the copper still.
  3. A delicate distillate of juniper and notes of green tea defines Lucky N°4 gin.
  4. Distillation of every single botanical while retaining its freshest and most delicate aroma.
  5. Blending base with botanical distillates.
  6. Finishing process: bottling and capping.

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