An intensely aromatic and bold gin, with bright and spicy notes of pink peppercorns and juniper, balance with the warmth of honey, tonka and vanilla. Pink Pepper Gin is hand crafted and intricately designed to evolve over time, both in the glass and in the bottle.
Each batch of Pink Pepper Gin is dedicated to family members, good friends and people who are part of the Audemus story.
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Original creations flow constantly from The Audemus Lab – ‘spiritual’ innovations from gins to liqueurs, bitters to hybrid drinks.
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4 HANDS 2 MEN AND A PIP
Audemus’ hand crafted spirits are born from a desire to combine modern techniques with the traditional methods refined by generations of distillers and blenders in Cognac, France. Based in the heart of the old town, Audemus innovates with artistry and esprit, making products which are proudly contemporary.
Miko (aka Bertie)
The man in the lab – can usually be found elbow-deep in exotic spices and alcohol! Miko founded the company in 2013, after several years working as a cognac distiller. For him, Audemus is the realisation of a lifelong love for creating spirits; and his passion is present in everything he produces.
Ian (aka Boblem)
The Man on the Streets – can usually be found sharing the Audemus love with everyone from the world’s finest bartenders to the world’s finest bar-goers. Ian joined the story in 2014 after following his previous loves of design, hotellerie, and fine tipples from every corner of the globe.
Bob and Bert met in 2014, over soup.
Pip – the lady on the ground – based in London; animates and enriches the Audemus world. Having joined the team in 2017, Pip always has a bottle close at hand – showcasing our creations to the world at large. Artistic, chic, and as happy sampling cocktails in London’s finest establishments as she is with a pint watching the rugby.
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The Audemus Love is strong across the UK, France and beyond… these are just some of the places to find us.
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