VOVIS is a balanced Dry Gin, with juniper and citrus forward notes, which was crafted to offer a refreshing smooth experience. A gin for any occasion. VOVIS can be enjoyed neat or used as a base for any cocktail.
VOVIS’s inception stems from a mutual interest in making gin shared by two friends. We set about learning how to make our own gin, and after that our mission was to perfect our recipe. Our objective was to create a product which is pleasurable, smooth and easy to drink. VOVIS is Latin for vow, and our vow is to bring you a gin which embodies these qualities.
Gin & Tonic
Tonic makes up ¾ of your drink. We recommend using a premium tonic to complement VOVIS. In a copa glass filled with ice, mix one-part VOVIS with three parts Indian tonic. Add juniper berries and/or orange zest to enhance the experience.
VOVIS makes for the perfect base in any cocktail. VOVIS’s citrus flavours would elicit the best of a Negroni. In an old-fashioned glass with ice, mix one-part Campari, one-part VOVIS Gin, one-part sweet red Vermouth and garnish with fresh orange zest. A classic Negroni is stirred, not shaken.
We’ve got great news. VOVIS has been awarded the prestigious prize of Country winner for the Netherlands, the birthplace of Gin, in the World Gin Awards 2022 under the popular Contemporary Style category.
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