Bummer and Lazarus were two stray dogs that lived in San Francisco in the mid 1800s. Bummer rescued Lazarus from a fight, and from that point on they never separated. Most of the time back then, strays were killed on sight because dogs outnumbered humans 2 to 1, but Bummer and Lazarus were so loved that there was a separate statute allowing the dogs not only to roam the city, but downtown San Francisco where NO dogs were ever allowed. The reason for this was these were the best ‘ratters’ in the city. When Lazarus died over 30,000 people attended the funeral and when Bummer died Mark Twain wrote the eulogy. Mark Twain actually used the dogs in some of his stories.
A well balanced, flavorful gin with hints of citrus and floral notes with a spicy finish.