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Gin & Tonic

rocks glass
1.5 oz. Southland American Gin

4 oz. Your Favorite Tonic Water

Add gin to your glass + ice.
Top to fill with tonic water.

Garnish with a Lime Wedge.

Clover Club

martini glass
1.5 oz. Southland American Gin

1/2 oz. Raspberry Syrup

1/2 oz. Lemon Juice

1/2 oz. Egg White

Add all ingredients to shaking tin + ice

Shake til chilled, then strain back into shaker sans ice.

Shake again without ice to foam. Pour directly into glass.

Garnish with aromatic bitters.

Hanky Panky

martini glass
1.5 oz. Southland American Gin

31.5oz. Sweet Vermouth

1/4 oz. Fernet #4

Add all ingredients to glass + ice
Stir til chilled, strain into your glass.

Garnish with a flamed orange peel.


American Gin

While developing our proprietary recipe for an authentically Georgian gin, we were inspired by the delicate gins of coastal Spain. Enjoying a similar climate to Georgia, Spain's most loved spirit led the way to our own regional specialty. Our unique botanical blend utilizes 10 herbs, spices, and fruits that readily grow throughout our state.  The result is a crisp, savory, juniper forward gin with notes of garden herbs to freshen up your favorite classic cocktails.

Our Southland Gin comes in two profiles, our standard 86 proof (43% abv) variety and Navy Strength, weighing in at 114 proof (57% abv). The Navy Stregth is especially good in coktails where you want the gin profile to stand up to stronger mixing engredients, such as in many tiki drinks. 

Each batch is lovingly made  by our small staff in Macon, Georgia and, like all of our products, each bottle helps plant an endangered longleaf pine. 

Georgia's New Gin

Like a misty morning in a forest of longleaf pine, our Southland American Gin feels like home. A blend of familiar botanicals on a soft bed of wheat makes for a lovely drink no matter how you fashion it. On top of that, we plant a tree for every bottle we sell.

  • Made in the heart of Georgia

  • 5 Time Distilled

  • No Artificial Flavors

  • Gluten Free, Vegan

Have it in a cocktail

Looking for Navy Strength recipes?

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