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St. Regis Barrel Select Gin

St. Regis Deer Valley and Park City’s Alpine Distilling are partnering to release a second generation of St. Regis Barrel Select Gin.


The St. Regis Deer Valley has partnered with Park City’s Alpine Distilling to release the exclusive Second Generation of St. Regis Barrel Select Gin. Distilled and bottled by Alpine Distilling, St. Regis Barrel Select Gin is available for purchase at all St. Regis Deer Valley Dining Venues. That’s the good news. Priced at $365 for a 750 ml bottle, this is a product aimed at true Gin connoisseurs. 

The beautiful Sego Lily-shaped custom bottle pays homage to Utah’s state flower and “symbolizes resilience combined with beauty and a pioneering spirit,” according to the distillers. An unusual vantage of the Sego Lily can be viewed from the bottom of the bottle. St Regis Barrel Select Gin is aged for 2.5 years in American oak barrels and is a rich caramel hue. The bottles are corked with walnut stoppers and hand-labeled. 

Naturally gluten free and kosher certified, St. Regis Barrel Select Gin is made with a virtual United Nations of botanicals: Juniper Berries (Croatia), Coriander Seed (Egypt), Cardamom (Guatemala), Angelica Root (France), Orris Root (Morocco), Lemon Peel (America), Licorice Root (China), and with Coffee Beans from Brazil and Nicaragua. 

If the price of a bottle is too steep, you can also enjoy a taste of St. Regis Barrel Select Gin at the St. Regis Bar. There, you’ll find cocktails featuring the Gin such as Rosemary’s Baby made with Maple, Peychauds and Rosemary ($30); the St. Regis Martinez made with Carpano Antica and Amaro Nonino ($30); or what might just be the best Gin & Tonic you’ve ever tasted ($27). 

The St. Regis Barrel Select Gin is served and available for purchase at the Resort’s dining venues including the St. Regis Bar, RIME, La Stellina, Brasserie 7452 and Astor Bar.  Resort guests are able to purchase St. Regis Barrel Select Gin directly via in-room dining. Only 600 bottles are available. 

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