Yogin,
Heart and Soul

About us
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OM Yogin
About us
Shop om • yogin

Gin,
the spirit

OM Yogin is an Italian Gin made from an exclusive recipe, produced in Piedmont – between the hills of Langa and Monferrato – where peace and tranquility recharge the body and mind with vital energy.

Gin Tonic OM Yogin
OM Yogin

Yoga,
the spirit

We love the good life and, by uniting our passions, we’ve made one of our dreams come true: giving life to a Gin that reflects our way of seeing the world, in harmony with the mind and spirit.

7 botanicals

OM Yogin is crafted from an exclusive recipe using only natural ingredients and features an expertly selected blend of botanicals to restore the energy and awareness we seek on our spiritual journey. 

7 Chakras

Chakras are the energy centers within our bodies that are responsible for “receiving and distributing” our vital energy. Their proper functioning is critical for the overall health of our mind and body.

7 botanicals

OM Yogin is crafted from an exclusive recipe using only natural ingredients and features an expertly selected blend of botanicals to restore the energy and awareness we seek on our spiritual journey. 

7 Chakras

Chakras are the energy centers within our bodies that are responsible for “receiving and distributing” our vital energy. Their proper functioning is critical for the overall health of our mind and body.

1.
Juniper

Juniper forms the basis of all gin. In fact, a spirit can’t be called gin without juniper in it. This evergreen botanical species has an intense fragrance and is known for its versatile properties and benefits. It is used for both ornamental purposes and as a spice.  In addition, the berries from this plant are used to extract an essential oil used for massages. 

Ginepro

1.
Muladhara

root
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This chakra is located beneath the sacrum and represents a feeling of being grounded, our survival instinct, and a sense of security and safety. It is associated with satisfying our basic human needs, such as shelter, work, and food.

Muladhara

2.
Pink Pepper

Pink peppercorn, also known as false pepper, is a fruit that is very similar in shape to a pepper berry. It owes its name to this resemblance as well as its characteristic pink color.

However, it is the taste of this berry that makes it unique. It features a decidedly delicate flavor and a sweet, spicy aroma with notes of lemon and strawberry.

Pepe Rosa

2.
Svadhisthana

sweet life
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Its energy represents the sweetness of life, the ability to experience desire, pleasure, sexuality, and physical creativity. It is the symbol of positive emotions, success, and inner harmony.

Svadhisthana

3.
Lemongrass

Lemongrass is an aromatic plant native to India and the tropical regions of Asia. It has a characteristic citrusy and balsamic flavor. It became widespread in the Western world thanks to Alexander the Great and his soldiers, who appreciated its beneficial effects during long military campaigns (in the past, it was used to treat fever and infectious diseases).

LemonGrass

3.
Manipura

City of Jewels
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Manipura, the solar plexus chakra, is located behind the navel. It represents individuality and self-awareness. It is the seat of determination, willpower, personal power, and self-confidence.

Manipura

4.
Elderflowers

The elderflower has a distinctive tart taste, that pairs well with the rich citrusy aromas of our gin, and a strong fruity, yet spicy fragrance.

Its juice is refreshing and delicate, and its dried flowers are used as an infusion to eliminate toxins.

Fiori di Sambuco

4.
Anahata

of the heart
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Anahata is the heart chakra and the center of the entire chakra energy system. It connects the three lower centers, that primarily govern our material pursuits, and the three upper chakras,  associated with the mind and spirituality, and linked to intuition and thought).

This energy center gives us the ability to express pure and unconditional love.

Anahata

5.
Acacia flowers

Acacia flowers are highly fragrant and very much appreciated by bees, who produce light-colored honey from their nectar. Acacia is primarily used in herbal medicine, to alleviate gastrointestinal disorders and throat discomfort, and in cooking.  Its name comes from the ancient Greek akakia, meaning “candor and innocence”, referring to the pure white blossoms and the sweet fragrance they diffuse into the air.

Fiori di Acacia

5.
Vishuddha

pure
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Located at the base of the throat, this chakra represents the ability to express our inner self and is the center of communication and creativity. Its color is light blue, a symbol of truth, purity, cleanliness, and tranquility.

Vishuddha

6.
Tangerine peel

The tangy scent of tangerine, a staple fruit at winter tables, is familiar to us all and is reminiscent of festive and convivial moments.

Tangerine peel contains many beneficial compounds and is an excellent source of vitamins, fiber, essential oils, and amino acids. It is also rich in D-limonene, which is used in folk medicine to relieve heartburn.

Scorza Mandarino

6.
Ajna

insight
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Located in the center of the forehead, its name means to understand, to perceive, and to have control over our mind. Ajna is also called the third eye chakra, a figurative eye that has the ability to perceive the deeper reality of existence.
It is associated with intuition and vision.

Ajna

7.
Bitter orange

Bitter orange consists of a molecule called synephrine, which is very similar to adrenaline and stimulates the heart rate, respiration, and the body’s metabolism.
The essential oil of bitter orange has numerous health benefits.  It is calming and relaxing, it balances the nervous system, and aids in cell regeneration.

Arancia Amara

7.
Sahasrara

a thousand times
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The Crown Chakra is located at the top of the skull. Its function is spiritual connection, and it is the center of spirituality and faith. It serves to connect us with our spiritual selves and, therefore, with the divine.

Sahasrara

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