Hand crafted with botanicals from all over the US, Four Corners is a terroir gin that celebrates the diverse and iconic landscapes of America.

From wild juniper picked in the Pacific Northwest to cherry bark from the deep Southeast, from the sacred yerba santa of the Mojave to juicy Maine cranberries, the vast landscape was criss-crossed to find the flavors that could represent the taste of America.

Our Story


Wild, old-growth juniper forms the backbone flavor of Four Corners. Picked in the central and eastern Oregon landscape between sagebrush and pine forest once the snow melts, we use both the purple and the green berries, and also the needles.


Found in the coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest, cascara sagrada translates into “sacred bark”. It must be aged for at least a year before distilling for sweet, warm flavors layered with complexity.

Yerba Santa

The sacred herb of the Mojave’s high desert chaparal starts out bitter and slowly sweetens. Its leathery, resinous leaves hold moisture inside to protect it from the intensity of the desert heat.

Wild Cherry Bark

Its reddish-brown bark, was traditionally used for its healing properties, but for us, we want its nutty sweetness.


Maine’s famous berry fit the bill perfectly to give our gin just the right touch of brightness and fresh acidity.

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