US: Colorado’s Peak Spirits launches organic gin

By editorial team | 12 October 2007

Peak Spirits has launched the first USDA-certified organic dry gin distilled in the US under its CapRock label.

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Peak Spirits has launched the first USDA-certified organic dry gin distilled in the US under its CapRock label.

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