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Bridging the gap between old English and American craft gin styles, Fid Street Gin is the first gin created on Maui and only the second in Hawai'i since prohibition. Fid Street Hawaiian Gin is crafted with eleven botanicals and Hawaiian fruit, and distilled in unique glass stills. Reminiscent of a London Dry, it exhibits a juniper-first profile with an aromatic fresh-cut floral and citrus bouquet, smooth enough to enjoy neat but bursting with Hawaiian botanicals that stand up to any cocktail mixer.
In the 19th Century, the arrival of English ships in Honolulu Harbor led to a strong Victorian influence. Named after a sailor’s word for “drink”, “Fid” Street, now known as lower Nu’uanu Avenue in Honolulu, became the place where the thirsty and sea-weary reveled. Fid Street Gin pays homage to this history by marrying the typical components of a London Dry gin with local Hawaiian ingredients.
Bottle Size: 750ml
Please Drink Responsibly.
Shipping & Delivery
This product is only available for delivery in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, North Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin.California Residents: for Proposition 65 WARNING
Please allow up to 10 business days for custom engraving and order processing prior to shipment. Orders will ship as soon as possible after engraving is completed.
Location of engraving on the bottle is at the discretion of our engravers and cannot be modified.
Aroma & NotesAromatic with a fresh-cut floral and citrus bouquet dotted with notes of clean forest air.
Flavor & FinishJuniper-forward flavors develop into a smooth and balanced finish with notes of lavender.
“Aromatic and bursting with Hawaiian botanicals.”
|2 oz.||Fid Street Gin|
|6 oz.||Tonic water|
|4-5 dashes||Angostora bitters|
|Juniper berries, peppercorns, lavender, citrus peels, or edible flower assortment to garnish|
- Fill a glass halfway with cubed ice and add Fid Street Gin.
- Top with tonic water and bitters, and artfully garnish.