GIn famille naud


When he was young, hidden away in his little distillery, Emile PERRIER once concocted an original gin. He didn’t dare to distribute it, too worried about attracting the wrath of the other distillers around.
Jean-Michel and Pierre are pushing boundaries. After undertaking long research to trace down all the ingredients of their ancestor’s recipes and several distillation runs, 12 botanicals have been selected to create a fresh and unique bouquet. They infuse 7 to 10 days, before being distilled in a “vapor bain-marie” in small traditional copper pots stills which reveals the quintessence of their perfume. Ideal for adding character to your traditional G&T.


Exalting fragrances of lime, grapefruit and flowers freshly picked from the garden.

Lively and powerful, carried by citrus fruit, menthol and spices (cinnamon, cubeb, cardamom). The dominant juniper start is tailed by bergamot and ends in a fresh and persistent fashion.

Alcohol content
44% Vol.


Gin Basil Smash 

– 60 ml of Distilled Gin Naud
– A few leaves of basil
– 20 ml of lime juice
– 20 ml of simple syrup

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Place the basil and lime juice in a shaker and mix gently. Add the simple syrup and gin and top up with ice. Shake vigorously. Strain into an ice-filled rocks glass and garnish with basil flowers land lime zest.

French Negroni 

– 20 ml of Distilled Gin Naud
– 20 ml of old red Pineau Pinthiers
– 1 orange wheel (non-treated)

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              Pour the distilled gin and the Pineau PINTHIERS into a glass containing ice.Stir slowly to cool the glass. Garnish with half an orange wheel.