Although the juniper is in the foreground in the Dry Gin wind chime, a lot of other botanicals can be read on the tongue. In addition to lemon, inger, coriander and cinnamon are particularly noticeable. Cloves and pepper also look through, so there is a slightly more diverse taste profile here. In addition, Eifelion uses a base alcohol made from potatoes for the Gin wind chime, which is not noticeable in taste, but plays an important role in the overall picture. The 47% alcohol content is not noticeable in the gin, no burning sensation on the palate or in the nose. Of course, the gin is perfectly matched to the in-house wind chime tonic, so this combination results in a highly recommended gin and tonic. But also with the Schweppes Dry Tonic, the wind chime gin makes a very good duo.