We’re looking at launching a new special edition series in the next few months.
Each of the gins is unique, I believe that the fact that the range (excluding the Shimmer) is 100% natural, with an incredible taste, makes them really special. Drinking Mirari is like a symphony of flavours on your palette.
Where did the name Mirari come from?
Mirari is a Latin word, which means “To marvel, or wander at”. We choose this name because when we were testing our Blue Gin with visitors to the distillery, they would all marvel at the colour change!
What inspired you to make the Shimmer Gin?
When we were testing our Mirari range on visitors to the distillery (when it was in a development phase) people were really disappointed that the Mirari Pink Gin did not change colour, so that inspired me to look for something different and unique for that gin, too.
I managed to develop a Pink Gin that changed colour to Amber when tonic was added, but the pink was a very bright colour and I wasn’t happy with it, so after a lot of research and development I produced the Shimmer Gin, it was meant to be a once off for the launch of Mirari, but people have enjoyed it so much that its now produced twice a year.