Try pine liqueur for a different take on a gin and tonic
The alpine Zerbinz Stone Pine Liqueur is pleasantly invigorating. This Austrian liqueur is made from wild, hand-harvested young stone pine. While pine is in the forefront, providing notes similar to gin, Zerbinz also boasts berry, floral and herbal qualities. We fancy it on the rocks as a digestif or in tonic or soda with a lemon wedge.
$38. Available at Intoxicology in St. Louis
Ted and Jamie Kilgore co-own Planter's House.
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