Anne-Sophie Pic Gin

Limited edition – around 570 bottles

This gin is born from a collaboration between Michelin-starred chef Anne-Sophie Pic, somellière Paz Levinson and Audemus’ Miko Abouaf. It is the fruit of months of experimentation in balancing boastingly distinct flavours and botanicals to create an entirely unique expression.

Rich in exotic pepper and fresh citrus, the gin is inspired by Anne-Sophie’s exquisite cuisine.

The delicate brightness of citron and Meyer lemons harvested in Southwest France create a bursting top note. Cubeb pepper, passion berry and locally foraged juniper provide a vibrant and bitingly intense core of the gin. All of this is underlined with a Japanese smoked tea, adding subtle breadth and lingering length to the finish.

Citrus… Michel Dufau, Eugénie-les-Bains
Juniper… Charente
Passion berry… Ethiopia
Cubeb pepper… Indonesia
Kanéroku (smoked tea)…
Hiroki Matsumoto, Japon. Imported by Thé Ritoires, Paris
Marble paper design by Baykul Paris Yilmaz


Pink Pepper Dry is a modern interpretation of a classic dry gin, and a crisp companion to the original Pink Pepper. With strong notes of juniper and pink pepper at the fore, segueing to warm and floral spring honey, cardamom and angelica, this interpretation will satisfy even the most discerning gin purists.

Similar to the original gin, Pink Pepper Dry is distilled under vacuum – then blended and lightly filtered before being bottled.

This gin is the perfect blend for a dry martini – served with a twist of lemon, a G&T garnished with a sprig of lavender, or any classic gin cocktail.

Aquavit Gin


Produced in collaboration with Bache-Gabrielsen

This collaboration was the fruit of everything we love; working on a fascinating spirit, with interesting and knowledgeable partners to create something unique and full of character. Following the artistic direction of the Maître de Chai, Jean-Philippe Berger, we created a typically Scandinavian spirit in France.

The liquid is the assemblage of two spirits; the first distilled in a traditional cognac alambic, with caraway, coriander, fennel, anis and orange blossom, creating the body of flavour. The second, the angelica, distilled under vacuum at the Audemus distillery – gives the bright ethereal top notes. Perfect for an aquavit & tonic, dry martini or straight out of the freezer.


Limited edition – around 600 bottles

The original Covert Liqueur is made with only three aromatic ingredients; fig leaves, cognac and honey. This limited edition batch of around 600 bottles includes another: sweet Calabrian oranges (in fact the same used in Sepia Amer).

The orange blends beautifully with the sweet, warm notes of the fig and cognac – and creates an elevated version of an already richly fragrant liqueur.

It was originally made to mix with espresso (generally, in so subtle doses) – but is equally beautiful on its own or in cocktails (replacing triple sec and other orange liqueurs).

Bergamot Gin Liqueur

Limited edition – around 1100 bottles

Bergamot takes the lead in this delicately layered, limited edition gin liqueur from the team at Audemus Spirits.

A delicate juniper base is blended with the fresh Calabrian bergamot and a touch of lemon for added zestiness. The journey is rounded off with a touch of Armagnac eau-de-vie that gives the spirit added warmth and body.

It’s a bright, flavour-filled gin liqueur that mixes brilliantly with floral or citrus tonic waters to create a ‘spritz’ style long, refreshing drink. Used in place of vermouth it delivers an incredible martini, but it is equally at home with an ice cube, savoured neat.