Lost Frequencies created his own gin | during lockdown Showbiz

ShowbizIn addition to listening, you can now also drink Lost Frequencies. The DJ and producer brings his own gin to the market: OCUS, created during the lockdown. “From the brainstorming to the bottling: I was involved in the entire process. I couldn’t be prouder, ”he says.

Sitting still is nothing for Felix De Laet (26), the man and talent behind Lost Frequencies. In recent months, at the invitation of the king, he has given a spectacular show on the roof of the royal palace. He remixed music at the request of superstars such as Ellie Goulding, Major Lazor and Justin Bieber, built his own recording studio in Brussels and released another brand new EP. “And in the meantime I have developed my own gin. Admit it, your own gin: how cool is that ”, laughs Felix.

OCUS gin by Lost Frequencies © Rafael Deprost

‘OCUS gin by Lost Frequencies’ can be read on the bottle. According to the top producer, it is an organic, premium gin with a remarkable softness, a fantastic spicy and floral freshness. One with an alcohol content of 40%. “I wanted to develop a gin that will delight your taste buds,” he says. “But also one where, when you taste it, you get the feeling of going on a taste journey. I have been involved in every step of the process: from brainstorming to bottling. ” Brewery & Distillery Wilderen in Limburg was allowed to produce the drink. “I couldn’t be more proud of this result,” said Felix De Laet.

To add the touch of a musical experience, Lost Frequencies had each bottle finished with a festival wristband. In total you can collect eleven different bracelets – plaice.


OCUS-festivalbandje © Rafael Deprost

OCUS gin by Lost Frequencies is available for 34.90 euros at the liquor store or online at shop.lostfrequencies.com.

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