Gruber's Gin
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Gruber's Gin takes you back to the 19th century when the Gruber family grew its own plants, herbs and orchards in the heart of Europe. Since then, they have passed down this passion for nature and harvest for generations. It is this heritage that inspired the Gruber family to pay homage to their ancestors by producing a delectable, delicate gin with an exquisite, one-of-a-kind taste.

Gruber's Gin is characterized by a subtle blend of carefully selected aromatic plants and a touch of sage to release the natural flavour of its exceptional taste.

With its distinct herbal aroma, Gruber's Gin surprises the palette with the true freshness of bottled plants: a testament to authenticity, travel, excellence and well-being.

sauge Sage (Salvia)
Juniperus Juniper (Juniperus)
koriander Coriander (Koriandre)
angelica Angelica
carum carvi Caraway Seeds (Carum carvi)


Gruber's Gin : a subtle blend to awaken the senses.

Common names: garden sage, thé de Provence, Grecian tea, the sacred herb
Botanical classification: mint family (Lamiaceae)
Properties: digestive, antiseptic

Sage is a medicinal plant that has been used since ancient times. Its scientific name, Salvia, comes from the Latin "salvare", meaning "to heal". The medicinal properties of sage were first discovered by the ancient Egyptians and later by the Romans. While the Egyptians prescribed it to prevent fertility, the Romans harvested it for ceremonial use. Sage is also one of the oldest cultivated plants, with crops dating back to the 13th century. As the old saying goes, "How can a man die when sage grows in his garden?"
Common names: juniper, prickly juniper, prickly cedar, cade juniper, theriac of peasants
Botanical classification: Cupressaceae family
Properties: Anti-rheumatism, digestive, blood sugar reducer, diuretic

Juniper was used as early as antiquity, when its branches were burned during plagues. Native Americans used common juniper against various ailments such as stomach ache and respiratory infection as well as to induce labour.
Common names: caraway, Persian cumin, Dutch cumin, meridian fennel
Botanical classification: Apiaceae family
Properties: antispasmodic, diuretic, detoxification, anti-bacterial

Caraway is a seed of numerous virtues. It is believed that the word "caraway" comes from the Arabic word "karâwiyâ" meaning "sugar root". An ancient seed, traces of caraway have been found on prehistoric sites. In addition to adding flavour to many dishes, caraway also aids digestion.
Common names: coriander, cilantro, Arabian parsley, Chinese parsley
Botanical classification: Apiaceae family
Properties: antioxidant, source of vitamin K

Semitic populations were already using coriander seeds 6,000 years ago. Later, the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans also used them to season their bread. The plant is also mentioned in the Bible, where it is compared to manna. In the Middle Ages, coriander spread throughout Europe. Today it is used in numerous recipes and to mask bitterness in certain medicines.
Common names: garden angelica, wild celery, Bohemian angelica, Norwegian angelica, herb of angels, herb of the Holy Spirit, root of the Holy Spirit, imperial herb
Botanical classification: Apiaceae family
Properties: antispasmodic, tonic, fortifier, digestive, sedative

Angelica is used to fight fatigue, and it can also have a positive effect on the digestive system. During the Renaissance, it was used against serious illnesses and recognized as an elixir for long life.

  • Cocktail Gin Fizz avec le Gin Gruber


    6 cl of Gruber's Gin
    3 cl of lemon juice
    2 cl of sugar cane syrup
    10 cl of sparkling water
    5-6 ice cubes
    1 lemon round

    For an extra refreshing taste: Brighten up your Gruber's Gin cocktail with cranberries, pomegranate seeds or even slices of cucumber.
    Don't be afraid to try new combinations and create your very own signature drink!

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