A boutique distillery located on the Carretera Austral in Chilean Patagonia, set on conquering the hearts of whisky and gin lovers, those who are thirsty for life and those who find joy in stories told by nature, copper and the dedication of human and passionate craftmanship.
Dreamed in Belgium, Inspired by Nature, Crafted in Patagonia
Tepaluma Gin Water from the mountains Botanicals from the forests An ode to gin and nature
Tepaluma Gin, Spirit of the Forest, the distillery´s first spirit is a London Dry Gin containing Patagonian botanicals and spring water from glacier and snowmelt.
Step into in a secluded, natural paradise with Chile’s beloved Tepaluma Gin: Spirit of the Forest.
This exquisite, award-winning contemporary London Dry gin combines 7 classic botanicals such as juniper, orris root and juicy Chilean citrus fruits with an exclusive collection of 7 wild Patagonian botanicals – foraged from deep within the rainforests along the mythical Austral Highway.
Traditionally distilled in small batches using a copper pot still with vapour-infusion technique, diluted with sweet spring water sourced directly from the forest and bottled at 43°ABV for optimum taste; this masterfully crafted spirit is as magnificent and epic as Patagonian nature itself!
Let the Spirit of the Forest take you on an awe-inspiring journey through the captivating beauty and raw energy of Chilean Patagonia as it tantalizes your senses, engaging all that is alive within you!
Chilean Patagonia is an idyllic haven, its northern mountains are blanketed with luscious ancient rainforests, glaciars, rivers and waterfalls and the air is filled with the captivating aroma of its preserved wilderness. A place where one can escape modern life and enjoy nature’s beauty in all its serene glory.
Unique and unforgettable perfume and flavor
Specially crafted to evoke the feeling of being in these legendary forests
Perfect for those who appreciate fine spirits
A unique and memorable gin with the power to transport you back to Patagonian wilderness
Smooth, herbal, and citric with light sweetness from the Patagonian berries.
Natural Patagonian soft drinks Brewed like craft beer, no additives, no alcohol
With locally foraged fruits and spring water from glaciar and snowmelt.
Drink pure or mix to create unique cocktails or mocktails with patagonian flavours.
Brewed from 100% natural ingredients. Water from the mountain, fruits from the forest and real lemons. To sweeten, we opted for old fashioned brown sugar instead of other natural options. We feel it is the least intrusive in taste. We want you to taste the Patagonian fruits, not the sweetener. Tepaluma mixers are pretty, little, happy drinks that are also rich in probiotics, vitamins and antioxidants.
Only available in Chilean Patagonia – 200 ml/glass bottle
Locals drink a variation on the Pisco Sour, with calafate berries. A dark blue/black patagonian super berry.
The Tepaluma Calafate Sour mixer is a ready to go sweet and sour calafate beverage to drink with pisco, gin or as a still calafate lemonade.
It will make your mouth feel happy and temporarily look blue.
Mixing tip: Experiment with a little bit of it in your Gin Tonic or in any sour variation.
A Patagonian version of a traditional ginger beer containing canelo seeds.
The canelo (Drimys Winteri) is a sacred tree for the Mapuche people. Its seeds, are called Patagonian and wild pepper among others. The seeds look like mini magic beans and taste surprisingly flowery and spicy.
Together with abundant ginger, and fresh lemon juice they make this ginger beer extra warm, vibrant and a touch wild.
Mixing tip: with gin or whisky. Heaven for people who are not afraid of fire.
A lemonade created to please developped palates who seek to enjoy the real taste of maqui and benefit from its antioxidant superpower.
The delicate fizz is the result of a natural fermentation process and the deep color comes from fresh and abundant maqui berries only.
Mixing tip: with gin to create a Maqui Gin Fizz, with pisco to create a Maqui Sour or with Champagne to create a Maqui Kir Royal.