“Pumori isn’t just a drink—it is an experience”
“Pumori isn’t just a drink—it is an experience,” says Aman Thadani, master distiller of the new Goa-based craft gin. Produced in a facility of Fullarton Distilleries based in the woodlands of Candepar, Goa, Pumori’s 100 percent home-grown gin features 12 botanicals sourced from the Indian subcontinent.
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“Produced by the makers of Woodburns Whisky, Pumori is named after Mount Pumori, which is located just 8km west of Mount Everest. The New Western-style gin shines with Himalayan juniper, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom, coriander seeds, liquorice, nutmeg, rosemary, aniseed, cinnamon, almond and vanilla. Read Pumori's feature in Condé Nast's list of '10 Made in India gins that are driving the gin revolution.
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“The gin highlights the taste of Indian culture through a single liquid”, says Aman Thadani, founder and creator of Pumori. Produced by Fullarton Distilleries, a facility based in the lush green woodlands of Candepar, Goa, the gin is a small batch gin that uses botanicals indigenous to the Indian subcontinent. Read Lonely Planet's piece on unique gins from India.
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The founder had a vision, to use only those ingredients that are indigenous to India and that can truly highlight Indian culture through just a single liquid.A labor of love, built from scratch in Goa, it started off with just a 2-litre still and then, after multiple trials and errors, they finally created a 20-litre batch leading to a 200-litre artisanal still. Read more about Pumori in LBB's feature.
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Starting as an experiment, he (founder & master distiller Aman Thadani) put together equipment and tried 40-45 botanicals to find a set of 12 that worked harmoniously with a fair amount of spice, nuttiness and vanilla for Pumori. Fullarton won the India Distillery of the Year award for 2020 at the New York International Spirits Competition, which was announced in August. Read Livemint's article on Goa's gin renaissance including a Pumori feature.