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Djinn Spirits

Djinn Spirits Djinn Spirits is a craft distillery located in Nashua, New Hampshire. First, the "D" is silent, so the name is pronounced "gin spirits". Our production is ramping through several phases that allow for initial low-volume runs of gin and white whiskey while always focusing on achieving a superior product. We opened Dec 7 with on site tastings, sales, and distillery tours for those interested. These should be fun and informative, so shoot me an email and plan to visit us! Once steady sales have been achieved, we'll start barrel aging our Whiskey and release a couple of new antique flavors. So as soon as we can get the barrels rolling, we'll be releasing some “mature” spirits. Eventually, we'll have product in the NH State Liquor system, but for now, it's only available at the distillery.

From the Everett Turnpike, take exit 7W to Amherst St. (101A) and go 1.6 miles west. Turn left on Townsend West (at The Country Tavern). Turn left at 2 Townsend West (just behind Country Tavern) and drive to the end of the building.

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2 Townsend West, Nashua, NH, US, 03063 Email:
Phone: 617-649-6972 Web:
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