The Curtiss Aeroplane company manufactured the designated JN-4, but the common nickname was "Jenny"with an open-topped four appearing as a Y.
The Jenny was the most prevalent bootlegger's plane due to army surplus sold off to civilian pilots after World War I. It was difficult for authorities to catch bootleggers in the air between towns.
Jenny-Still 33 Gin
Citrus is immedeately identifiable. Spicy coriander and pepper compliment the juniper flavours. Essential oils from the Macadamia nuts allow for superior extraction of flavours from the other botanicals during distillation. This leaves a smooth mouth feel and an unexpected contrast of flavours in a dry gin.