We produce drinks using exclusively organic botanicals, following both artisanal maceration and distillation processes in 200 year old ancient copper stills. This is the only way to obtain the best flavours and unique aromas.
Flavour takes time to develop and we credit it all to our stills’ slow drip distillation.
We have shunned mass production, and automation, and gone back to the tradition of manual production, preserving the values of craftsmanship and the skill of artisans, leaving behind artificial methods and going back to nature.
We source every single organic botanical from its country of origin, under the strict standards of organic farming; therefore we can guarantee offering authenticity and balance of our essential oils, avoiding any external disruption.
We use up to 17 different organic botanicals in our unique INDI&Co. Handcrafted Organic Drinks: Cinchona bark, orange peel, lemon peel, tangerine peel, lime peel, cardamom, kalinji, yuzu peel, orange blossom, violet, strawberry, ginger, vanilla, cinnamon, clove, turmeric and cane sugar.
The soluble components of botanicals are macerated in a mixture of alcohol and water over a period of 3-6 weeks.
Distillation takes place in 200 year old ancient copper stills. The essential oils of each botanical are extracted and concentrated.
The essential oils are blended with natural juices, cane sugar and purified water.
INDI&CO. Handcrafted Organic drinks
Maceration, distillation and blending processes are carried out following strict artisanal procedures, certified by organic production regulations.
Our Handcrafted Organic Drinks are responsible drinks, and not the artificial flavouring and high sugar content typically used in traditional soft drinks.
We are made of:
We Take Care of the Environment
We support small farm crops in their places of origin.
Our botanicals are obtained respecting the environment, saving natural resources (water and energy) and avoiding soil and water pollution. This activity generates additional labour and contributes to the support of small rural communities.
Organic farming allows botanicals to grow at their own natural pace, translating to higher quality and natural expression of their attributes.