Madam Pattirini Small Batch Gin

Once again, BeerBasics.com presents a “Friends in Fermentation” Meeting Expectations tasting. This time we are featuring a Gin distilled in the state of Utah. The rather strict regulations faced by the folks at Ogden’s Own Distillery are formidable.

Madam Pattirini Small Batch Gin

Once again, BeerBasics.com presents a “Friends in Fermentation” Meeting Expectations tasting. This time we are featuring a Gin distilled in the state of Utah. The rather strict regulations faced by the folks at Ogden’s Own Distillery are formidable.

However, they have persevered, and the result is this small-batch gin named for a famous singer of the early twentieth century in Utah.

Here is the story, as noted on the back of the bottle

“Madam Pattirini, a.k.a. Brigham Morris Young was the 35th child of Brigham Young.

“In 1885, after returning from a second church mission in Hawaii, B. Morris Young performed and sang all over Utah as a woman. Madam Pattirini’s falsetto was so convincing many in the audience did not realize she was a man.”

“Madam Parrtini Gin celebrates that Utah is a little wilder than people may think!”

The folks at Ogden’s Own Distillery LLC tell us more about the gin…

“Made from Juniper, Bergamot, Coriander, Cardamom, Nigerian Ginger, and Sicilian Lemon. It’s a small run of fewer than 1,000 bottles at a time. The batch and bottle number all bottles.”