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23 May 2023



Botanicals distillery Production

Located in Lannion, in the Côtes d'Armor, on the Pink Granite Coast, the Warenghem distillery has been an independent and family-owned producer of Breton spirits for over 100 years.

The distillery was founded by Leon Warengham. In the early years it produced herbal and fruit liqueurs, including Elixir d’Armorique, a blend of 35 plants, which has received numerous honours at international trade fairs over the years, and is still produced at the distillery today.

In the 1960's, Paul-Henri, the latest generation of Warenghems, joined forces with Yves Leizour. Leizour's son, a trained pharmacist, ended up running the operaton in the 1980's, and it was he who took the decision to launch the first French whisky. In 1987 'WB Breton whisky' was released to the market. It was a blended whisky made up of 25% malt whisky and 75% grain whisky.

As surprising as French whisky was at the time, Warengham have very recently launced a gin too: Dizoñv. An artisanal gin that is a synthesis of the two facets of Brittany: the land and the sea; the Armor and the Argoat.

The blend of plants includes sea fennel and cider brandy, creating a balance between iodine and fruit flavors. All the know-how of the Warenghem distillery at work, for a unique tasting moment, pure or with tonic.

This gin is made from 9 plants including juniper, coriander, cardamom and meadowsweet. Intriguingly, Breton cider brandy is then added during the blending process which represents the tradition of cider making in northern France.

We do't feature gin liqueurs here at Gin Me - and this isn't a gin liqueur - but the addition of cider brandy after distillation does place this gin in a unique category of 'flavoured gin' and so unusual was the combination that we really wanted all of our members to try it.

Let us know what you think!