The aroma of Akori Gin is fresh and sweet on the nose. On the palate it is intense, drinkable and well balanced, with fresh and fruity notes given by the set of flavors of exotic fruit, orange peel and juniper.
Alkkemist full moon
This gin is fresh and well balanced. Both the sense of smell and taste emerge fresh notes reminiscent of the Mediterranean. Moscato grapes are immediately clearly recognizable, especially on the nose, while the other botanicals balance each other giving a particular and strong flavor, smoothed by the alcohol content not too high.
Amazzoni Rio Negro
Asoli two years from the birth of the first gin, and thanks to its success, Alexander Mazza, the master distiller, creates a new, ambitious recipe, a london dry of the most daring, structured, complex body, a full proof with 51% alcohol content, with a double concentration of botanicals such as juniper, coriander and lemon peel which, in addition to maceration in alcohol, are placed directly in the still, for a surprising result.
Crystalline. The nose is intense and is expressed with hints of citrus, notes of juniper berries and hints of white flowers. On the palate it is elegant, enveloping and long lasting.
Liqueur with a crystalline white color, with splendid notes of lavender, cardamom, Indian sarsaparilla, anise seeds and clearly juniper berries. In the mouth it is decided, it is distinguished by a light presence of lemon and juniper and an aftertaste of creamy cereal liqueur, which differentiates it from many gins that we know.
On the nose the notes of juniper and citrus are accompanied by floral and almost fruity hints, while on the palate the juniper clearly balanced by the notes of spices.
Bareksten Old Tom
Bareksten Old Tom Gin is slightly sweeter than Botanical Gin. Old Tom Gin has subtle undertones and the juniper aroma is barely perceived. Preferred for creating cocktails such as Martinez or Tom Collins.
Bathtub Old Tom Prof Cornelius
The nose immediately strikes the scent of black tomato, sweet and fruity but not too much, with a herbaceous touch, all balanced by a lighter note of juniper. The freshly salty flavor of gin immediately leaves room for the fresh and sweet notes of tomato, which predominate clearly over everything, but which are also combined with flavors that are more difficult to categorize, but which make this particular gin unique.
Gin Bobbys 5 YRS is a traditional company anniversary edition limited with only 1,000 bottles worldwide. Only 100 bottles are available for Italy, which makes Gin an exclusive and pleasant drink. The drink takes on its fine and smoky undertone of the maturation in aromatic wood barrels and harmonizes perfectly with the original, slightly oriental and fresh botanicals of Bobby's Dry Gin.
On the nose Bobby's Schiedam Dry Gin is really complex, with light floral notes followed by those of lemongrass in a decidedly unusual mix. Even on the palate it is complex, with the sweet notes of dog rose and the citrus and herbaceous notes of lemongrass mixed with other more balsamic notes and with instead clearly spicy notes.
Considered the progenitor of gin, Bobby's Genever is distilled at Herman Jansen in Schiedam. It is a very refined and balanced Genever, composed of 4% malt and various botanicals, with no additives and added sugars. A new version of a timeless classic with a simply pure flavor can be defined.
With a crystalline appearance, the nose offers lively notes of citrus and lemon peel, sweet tones but at the same time acidic of medlar and a darker profile of juniper and eucalyptus. The taste is soft, caenose and powerful, with a dry and dry finish that recalls herbaceous memories.
Butcher's Gin is spicy and herbaceous, but the aftertaste left by raw beef adds something unique to the class notes, perhaps not suitable for everyone, but certainly well recognizable and strong. However dry and fresh, it is well suited for mixing in spicy or herbaceous gin and tonics, perhaps in accompaniment to meat dishes, and perfect for tasty cocktails such as the Red Snapper. The powerful scent and taste of this gin, in fact, emerge pleasantly in mixing.
By the Dutch
Its malty note reminiscent of genever does not make it less gin, on the contrary its characteristics perfectly respect the classic taste of juniper. It is pleasantly dry, softened precisely by the note of malt.
Using botanicals grown in and around their home, they created a recipe that includes juniper, fresh basil, rosemary, angelica, lemon verbena, blackcurrant leaves and rose petals, each individually distilled and expertly blended into this exceptional gin. Bright, herbaceous, wonderfully round and exquisitely refreshing, this gin captures the quintessential taste of the English seasons.
Gin Canaima represents the deepest Amazon Forest, a territory that holds unexplored wonders, which has remained intact for centuries, where climate and soil allow the growth of unique botanicals. In this Gin, produced in Venezuela, we find the ancient heritage in the knowledge of the edible fruit and the use of herbs that the Pemon Indians have passed on for generations. There is something mystical in the sip of Canaima, which transports those who are drinking it to an ancestral and pure land. Canaima, aware of the damage and dangers of deforestation, collaborates and supports the indigenous communities of the Colombian Amazon, planting trees trying to combat this phenomenon.
On the nose, juniper is accompanied by floral notes and notes of sweet orange, and if you pay attention, also by more spicy notes of cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg. On the palate, however, juniper emerges at the beginning and then leaves room for the more aromatic notes of the other botanicals and the more citrus ones, to culminate in the dry and spicy finish.
Citadelle No Mistake Old Tom
Citadelle No Mistake Old Tom Gin on the nose is fresh and intense. On the palate it is full, elegant, soft with acid and sweet notes. The hints of lemon combine with the notes of genepì and those of almond, and then leave room for the spicy ones. The finish is long, spicy and floral with a particular touch given by the barrel wood.
The first version has a light and elegant aroma. The notes of juniper and lemon leave room for the woodiness of the oak vats. On the palate it is a little sweet, followed by a slightly spicy flavor. The aged version gives greater emphasis to the floral notes of violet and iris and entrusts the spicy taste to the grains of paradise.
Colombo Gin contains seven spices and botanicals and each plays its role in creating a complex aroma and a distinctive flavor. Despite unusual botanicals, it is still a London Dry and as such, juniper prevails both on the nose and on the palate. Juniper is sublimated by the mix of light spicy notes, which together create an unexpected harmony.
Copperhead Gin Black Batch on the nose releases a mix of unmistakable aromas of cardamom, citrus and elderberry, while on the palate the notes of juniper combined with a sweet note similar to cinnamon and the warm and spicy notes of coriander. The finish is long, dry and spicy.
Copperhead Gin is slightly sweet on the nose, with strong citrus notes of orange and only in the background are the other elements perceived: juniper, coriander and cardamom. On the palate a slightly sugary note emerges but the notes of cardamom and orange prevail, and then leave room for juniper in the long finish.
Del Professore Crocodille
Intense and soft gin, with floral and juniper notes and fruity hints. The recipe calls for a skilful blend of herbs and spices including Tuscan and Umbrian juniper, lavender, angelica, rose, chamomile and others, which, emphasized by the sweetness of the infusion with cinnamon and vanilla, create an unusual product with intense floral notes .
Del Professore Madamme
The aromas of cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, pepper, honey and ripe peaches are perfectly balanced by the citrus scent of orange and lemon peel and a final light balsamic note. the sip is inevitably hot, savory and balsamic, with a relaxed and resinous finish, completed by floral notes.
Del Professore Monsieur
Unusual product with intense floral notes that introduces intense juniper aromas enriched with intense hints of fruit. On the palate it expresses strength and, at the same time, great softness; it is enveloping and calibrated in alcohol capable of stimulating powerful retro-olfactory returns. The taste is silky and round.
Half of the organic ingredients are distilled in Christina, a traditional 140 liter copper alembic. The Little Albion alembic (cold vacuum) is instead used for the more delicate botanical plants. The two spirits created then infused together for several weeks to create a single spirit, bottled and labeled by hand in small batches in the distillery.
On the nose the spicy aromas are strong with a juniper core, complemented by exotic herbs. The flavor is earthy with a hint of citrus and dried herbs. The finish is intense and sweet-bitter.
On the nose Elephant Gin stands out for its light notes of juniper, accompanied by the more balsamic ones of the mountain pine and by the more herbaceous ones. On the palate it is a complex, but very soft gin, which balances fruity and spicy floral flavors.
Elephant Navy Strenght
On the nose and on the palate Elephant Navy Strenght Gin is more intense than London Dry, with strong spicy notes on the nose combined with more complex aromas and notes of juniper, pepper and cumin on the palate which are joined by persistent floral notes in the finish.
The nose is a floral gin, with notes of lemon and slightly juniper, but also the notes of the grape are recognizable. On the palate it is well balanced despite the many botanicals, notes of lavender and roses are felt, but in the mix of flavors the notes of Riesling emerge above all. Juniper can be heard, but other botanicals predominate.
The nose releases a light and fruity aroma, pleasantly sweet. Delicate floral notes emerge on the palate together with the more fruity and sweet ones of quince. Wine and gin create a complex drink with very light spicy notes, with pungent citrus notes and a resinous aftertaste.
Transparent and crystalline color, the nose has vegetal notes of juniper and cut grass, hints of cardamom and cumin, together with a sweet spice of vanilla, cinnamon and cloves. The taste is dry, clean and soft, rightly fresh in the citrus references of lime and rich in the vegetable returns of aromatic herbs, in a precise and defined finish reminiscent of the licorice root.
Fifty Pounds Oak Cask
On the nose, the classic flavors of juniper and citrus predominate with hints of wood and toasted oak along with floral notes and delicate hints of raisins, plums and walnuts. On the palate there is a delicate and attractive sweetness at the beginning, it is warm, soft, very complex and balanced with a long finish that leaves a delicious sensation of roundness.
Fred Jerbis Gin 43
Fred Jerbis Gin is immediately recognizable: it is a distilled straw-yellow color and rich in aromas and scents, first herbaceous and then spicy given by the 43 botanicals. It is complex, but so well balanced that it is simple. Juniper predominates on the nose, while the hints of alcohol are almost not perceived. On the palate it is delicate, with herbaceous, citrus and spicy notes; no scent prevails the other, but they come together in a symphony of aromas.
On the nose G'Vine Floraision is almost sweet, floral, with notes of cardamom. It is also floral on the palate: fleurs de vigne are perceived, accompanied by notes of cardamom and ginger ending with licorice.
More spicy on the nose than Floraision, with notes of juniper and coriander. Even the taste is much more spicy. Juniper is predominant, with spicy notes of licorice and nutmeg. The distillate is soft and persistent, very complex and aromatic.
Generous Gin is soft, "smooth as its silky bottle" reads on the gin website. The nose releases a fresh aroma, where the citrus scents are balanced with the spicy and more delicate floral notes. Even on the palate this fresh and fruity combination is surprising for its perfect balance with the driest notes of elderberries and juniper.
Generous Organic is a super premium gin, created by the distillation of different botanicals including combava, coriander, juniper .... and few secrets to make it unique. Organic as it has the certificate for the organic cultivation of its botanicals. A Super Green gin.
Crystalline and transparent to the eye. The olfactory bouquet is complex and articulated, rich in notes that refer to juniper, coriander and angelica, then complemented by an infinite series of nuances reminiscent of fruit, flowers and citrus fruits. Mineral and woody nuances close the picture. The sip is as articulate and complex as the sense of smell, balanced and unpublished.
At first glance the taste is very citrus, with the predominant bergamot and lemon peel. At a second taste, the more floral aromas of cardamom and cassai are dominant.
Gin Agricolo Blagheur
Gin Agricolo Blagheur is the Herbal Gin of the trilogy which also includes Evra and Gadan; on the nose the aromatic notes of cumin, coriander, zedorìa and mint blend with the aroma of juniper. Dry and decisive taste softened by the floral notes of rose, marjoram, ireos and arquebuse, with a slightly herbaceous and mentholated aftertaste. Good finish with a fresh and persistent herbaceous note.
Gin Agricolo Evra
Gin Agricolo Evra is the fruity gin among the three (the other two are Gadan and Blagheur); the predominant note of raspberries goes perfectly with the austerity of juniper, the sensations of freshness deriving from mint and cardamom complete the aromatic picture to perfection. The soft and enveloping taste of red fruits is strengthened in its complexity by vanilla and cocoa giving an oriental sensation.
Gin Agricolo Gadan
Gin Agricolo Gadan is the Fresh Gin of the three components of the gin trilogy (the other two are Evra and Blagheur). The nose is dominated by the scent of juniper, softened by fresh and pleasant floral notes that also give it an interesting bitter finish. On the palate it is very clean and well balanced, with a delicious floral finish of pink and violet. The taste is strong and dry, particularly suitable for floral cocktails.
Product of pints of the Loe Experience, it is composed of 100% organic certified botanicals. 3 distillations are carried out: the first with Aloe vera, the second with the botanicals that form the mixture of flavors and finally the third by combining all the ingredients. MAIN BOTANICS Orange blossom, jasmine, orange zest, lemon zest, cardamom, coriander, juniper and angelica.
The nose has a grassy scent and juniper and thyme dominate, with a distant note of olive. The flavor is juniper with an aftertaste of basil and rosemary, thyme and coriander. The combination is tasty and the taste is different from that of the other gins, because the traditional flavor combines its completely original touch.
The nose is intense and aromatic, with very fresh citrus and floral notes balanced with juniper. On the palate it is full-bodied and is characterized by floral and spicy notes with a subtle nuance of smoke. Freshness and warmth coexist with a balsamic background, characteristic of juniper. The finish is long and pleasant.
The nose is striking for the evident notes of wild juniper that emerge on all the other notes. In a second moment, the sinuous ones of the dog rose emerge. Also on the palate it is the juniper that establishes itself, which slowly joins the notes of dog rose and those of the balsamic of helichrisium, a spontaneous plant typical of the Tyrrhenian side of Italy and Sardinia. Persistent citrus notes emerge on the finish.
Greater Than London
Great notes of juniper bring in a myriad of sweet and savory citrus fruits, a floral touch and a fiery ginger complete the whole.
A refreshing gin with a strong character and a floral and delicious aroma due, among other things, to the essence of German cucumber and the oil of rose petals from Bulgaria. Hendricks Gin is one of a kind in that it combines two gin distilled separately with two completely different methods and with a totally different flavor, which, before adding cucumber and roses, do not have a great personality.
The distillers who brought us the beloved cucumber and Hendrick pink gin have struck another great innovation: gin bent. Infusing their spirit with quinine and absinthe, Hendrick has created a complex and intriguing drink that pays homage to what is often mixed with gin: tonic and vermouth. The flavors of quinine and absinthe are complemented by a blue lotus flower, which adds bright floral notes to the mix.
Hendricks Summer Solstice
Inspired by the glory of a midsummer day, this limited edition version of the Hendrick's Gin range boasts a strong floral influence: orange blossom, iris and cut grass abound! This accompanies Hendrick's classic elements, including refreshing juniper, rose petal and chamomile.
The nose opens with aromas of apples, grapefruit and juniper. It evolves on the palate with an unexpected touch of melon. The finish is long, juniper reveals its predominant role with notes of wood and sandalwood, cedar, licorice and black currant.
Hepple Sole Gin
The rich and sweet notes of wild blackthorn invade the palate together with the dry component of hawthorn which adds a touch of freshness. Unique and delicious.
Isle of Harris
Harris is an exceptional super premium gin made of copper still with nine botanicals that recall the natural elements of the island and underline its link with the sea. The identifying ingredient is called Sugar Kelp, and it is a seaweed that grows deeply and is hand-picked by a team of divers. The bottle is a tribute to the sea and its currents.
Japanese Gin is made using six botanicals: juniper, shiso leaf, sesame seeds, cucumber, sansho and yuzu - each individually vacuum distilled, then blended together for exceptional purity of flavor. Serve for a long time with an equally delicate tonic and garnish with a crunchy green apple fan.
Jinzu Gin combines English and Japanese traditions to create an exciting and intriguing spirit. it is made with a mixture of Scottish gin (with juniper, coriander, angelica, yuzu and Japanese cherry blossoms as botanical products) and sake, which brings a luxurious and creamy mouth sensation and a subtle and irresistible sweetness to its aromatic profile.
KI NO BI tells us about his birthplace: the nose is as clear as the Kyoto mountains, with a fresh aroma of yuzu and bamboo forests. Juniper completes the sequence of Japanese botanicals. Ginger gives a warm and spicy finish.
Kinobi Gold/Kinobi Sei
Unlike the original KI NO BI, which has a gentle and delicate profile, KI NO BI Navy Strenght has a more full-bodied flavor and a strong character, perfect for preparing cocktails.
The delicate aroma gives us the impression of walking in a silent Japanese tea house. First we find sweet notes like white chocolate and citrus, then juniper arrives. The finish is long, warm with an intense tea fragrance.
Soft and elegant, the presence of yuzu is marked as in the original version. The greater sweetness emphasizes the flavors. The tea and the warm notes of ginger are evident.
The basis of all Gin Kiro is a rye distillate to which 16 dry botanicals and 4 freshly distilled ones are added. Produced from a double distillation followed by a maceration of aromatic plants typical of the area such as holmeria, sea buckthorn, wild cranberry together with birch leaves and orange peel, "Koskue" is left to mature for several months in small barrels.
This baptized Napue gin is of an originality that cannot fail to arouse the curiosity of spirit enthusiasts. The nose is marked by notes of juniper, genepì pine and cough candy. Medicinal, it evolves towards mustard and mustard grains. The mouth is very spicy (pepper, nutmeg, carnation). Then, the Russian leather releases a lot of power towards the bottom of the mouth. A long time later, a succulent set of aromatic plants (verbena, sage) and lychee invades the palate.
On the nose, a surprising scent of lobster cartoon is obtained. On the palate, lemongrass and parsley are particularly noticeable. Overall, Lobstar Gin is very fresh and ... greedy!
An intriguing Japanese gin from the Masahiro distillery, known for always producing Awamori (a type of rice-based spirit) but now exploring the glory of juniper. Okinawan distillers used guava leaves, long pepper, rosella (a type of hibiscus), goya (a type of melon), and shekwasha, a green citrus fruit native to Okinawa and Taiwan. Sweet and fruity notes mix with spices in a gin that subtly reveals the warm and rustic background of the traditional awamori. A gin, unique, delicious, lively.
Both the nose and the palate is the juniper to predominate powerfully over everything, along with the spices that make their presence felt slightly. In general it is a fairly full-bodied gin, well balanced, less intense than other London dry. The finish is long, with floral notes of juniper and angelica.
The nose immediately and clearly distinguishes the pure perfume of juniper, follows a spicy and fresh note of citrus, a floral bitter sweet. On the palate a strong hint of peppery spices emerges (thanks to the six different types of pepper), finally a subtle and savory bitter fruity. A gin with a very decisive flavor, but at the same time harmonious, deeply complex and balanced, with a finish to be discovered.
OSMOZ CLASSIC is a gin designed by Laurent Vallet with a classic taste. The notes of juniper are predominant while being pleasantly accompanied by a delicate aromatic sweetness that perfectly combines freshness and complexity.
Fresh and dynamic, OSMOZ CITRUS is a carefully thought out creation. Designed by Elodie Vallet, it is created from juniper berries ensuring a complex and harmonious taste.
Peter in Florence
The nose releases notes of juniper perfectly balanced with delicate floral hints. Even on the palate the excellent harmony of the botanicals means that the taste of the components is based on a unique harmony of notes, where juniper prevails harmoniously combined with the fresh hints of citrus and flowers, balanced with spices for a full-bodied result and harmonious.
The nose is dominated by the scents of white pepper and berries with an abundance of juniper. The taste is spicy but well balanced, again with a healthy dose of juniper. Soft hints of lemongrass with a hint of red berries. A gin however dry on the palate, with faint hints of citrus.
The nose is striking for its balsamic aroma accompanied by floral notes, fruity notes and light hints of undergrowth. On the palate it is complex, but soft, rich in fruity, spicy and herbal hints. To prevail are the notes of lemon balm and thyme, persistent even in the long finish.
On the palate the delicate taste releases fruity and slightly sweet almond notes. Its characteristics make it suitable for both smooth drinking and mixing. The organoleptic characteristics may vary slightly from year to year since the botanicals used are wild.
It is a yellowish and complex gin, in which the notes of juniper, licorice and ginger prevail on the palate, followed by the more delicate notes of citrus fruits, while on the nose it covers a wide aromatic range, releasing the scents of red fruits, anise and cloves, but especially those of ginger and licorice.
The intense aroma is striking at the beginning for the prevailing juniper notes, followed closely by those of citrus fruits, then by the herbaceous ones and finally by the spicy notes. On the palate it is, unlike many other London Dry, soft and velvety and citrus notes prevail. On the finish the taste persists for a long time in the mouth.
The aroma of classic juniper strikes the nose, followed by floral hints. Notes of cinnamon and nutmeg emerge later leading to a fresh and persistent explosion of citrus fruits. The taste is broad, fresh, with a pronounced aromatic intensity. The notes of the juniper combine with the fresh ones of the citrus fruits and the spicy ones of the other botanicals with a complex but balanced result.
It is a gin created with an infusion of salicornia, commonly called sea asparagus, and sea buckthorn which, together with the more particular "botany", ie oyster meat, contribute to the unique and marine taste of this gin. On the nose, in fact, the brackish notes that recall a pleasant sea breeze immediately emerge. In tasting the flavor given by the oyster together with the fresh notes of the other botanicals give a truly particular taste, in which, however, there is no lack of juniper notes that a gin must have. The fresh notes of lemongrass also emerge in the finish.
An innovative gin, or perhaps not even a gin, a sotolo with the typical botanicals of gin. The master sotolero Carlos Aragòn Herrera, in his farm house Ruelas, in Alama, Chihuahua, wanted to pay homage to the very European gin with an innovative and Mexican product to the core. The main ingredient is Dasylirion Wheeleri, which after a maturation between 18 and 25 years, is steamed, naturally fermented in open wooden barrels and distilled in an Arab copper still, to then receive juniper, cardamom, fennel in a blend. , orange, lemon, pepper and apricot peel. On the nose all the botanicals used expand, which also degrade on the palate to leave the typical hints of sotol and the spicy note of juniper predominantly.
On the nose, the floral hues are reminiscent of summer meadows, strengthened by the fragrance of juniper berries and the freshness of citrus fruits. In this gin you can detect the flavors of juniper, lemon tart and orange jam. On the finish it is similar to the other London dry, dry with hints of juniper and lemon.
On the nose stand out the fruity notes of black currant and ripe fruit with notes of almond. Fruity notes predominate on the palate too, with a delicate cherry flavor. In the finish it fills the mouth with its velvety consistency and balances the sweet taste.
V.J.O.P. (which obviously means "Very Junipery Over Proof") is done in a similar way to Slipsmith's normal gin, except that the juniper was raised to eleven. With the extra juniper added to the original recipe, even more is added while the gin is still in the delicious Slipsmith pot, and it is also infused with steam via their Carter Head.
On the nose, juniper stands out strongly, together with cardamom and the freshness of the orange. On the palate it is incredibly fresh, with energetic but not exaggerated pine notes. The finish is dry, with lasting spicy notes.
Blueberry gin obtained thanks to the infusion of British blueberries in Tarquin's Cornish Gin and an addition of honey to the Cornish wild flowers to obtain greater sweetness and balance. Created to be used in mixology or to be drunk straight with ice. MAIN BOTANICS blackberries, wildflower honey, coriander seeds, licorice root, angelica root, iris root, green cardamom, cinnamon, bitter almonds, fresh orange, lemon and grapefruit zest, violets.
Rhubarb and raspberry gin obtained thanks to the infusion of ripe raspberries in season in Tarquin's Cornish Gin, to which acid rhubarb is added as a botanical. Created to be used in mixology or to be drunk straight with ice. MAIN BOTANICS juniper, coriander, orange, lemon, grapefruit, angelica, cinnamon, licorice, Devon violets, rhubarb and raspberry.
This handmade gin is made from the inimitable experience of the master craftsman, who blends traditional botanicals such as juniper berries, coriander, angelica root with herbs and unexpected secret mountain spices. Please enjoy it responsibly.
This special gin is obtained starting from fresh citrus fruits, expertly combined with commonly used botanical products, such as juniper berries and coriander. The main aroma includes flavors such as orange peel, yuzu, Japanese pepper, coriander, juniper berries and angelica root.
Distilled in an innovative way to preserve the full taste of the truffle, Truffle Gin achieves an aromatic profile more usually associated with mature liqueurs, and is a complex and balanced spirit of unparalleled depth and complexity.
Upperhand is a dry gin, created in Ireland through the delicate mysteries of the distiller art. A mixture of notes of juniper, basil, dill and citrus fruits, give rise to a perfect balance of subtle flavors.
It is a Premium London Dry gin that contains two botanicals from Africa, the fruit of the baobab and the gooseberry, which give it an exotic taste that makes it unique. initially they strike the juniper flavor and citrus notes, followed by a slightly spicy taste and a complex finish. Juniper is not predominant and is a gin with a light flavor.
Whitley Neil Pink Grapefruit
Inspired by Spanish citrus groves, this artisan gin is infused with Iberian pink grapefruit. On the palate it has a delicate sweetness with citrus notes that give way to a balanced burst of grapefruit.
Whitley Neil Aloe & Cucumber
A luxurious handcrafted African infusion of fresh, green, earthy cucumber with succulent Karoo aloe that enhances overall complexity. The overall complexity creates a soft, yet well-balanced gin, perfect for sipping a glass of ice and pairing it with G&T exclusive cocktails or services.
Whitley Neil Lemongrass & Ginger
A taste for adventure and discovery spans all eight generations of the Whitley Neil family tree. So it should come as no surprise that at the turn of the century, Frederic Neil found himself on a journey through Asia, where he discovered fragrant lemongrass and citrus. A popular ingredient within the local delicacies, lemongrass has been mixed with warming ginger and a variety of exotic herbs and spices that give this gin its characteristic fragrant, citrusy taste. A handmade gin of exceptional quality, with a rich flavor like its ancestors.
Transparent, crystalline. The nose is expressed with notes of juniper, citrus peel, chocolate, cinnamon and ginger. On the palate it is warm, intense and creamy. Long persistent.
Williams Elegant 48
Balanced, elegant, on the nose it releases citrus and apple notes that balance the strong notes of juniper, which is also strong on the palate, but leaving room for other botanicals, which contribute to a rather long finish. The apple base is well perceptible (and this makes the Chase Gin excellent for the Martini Cocktail), but if you want to strengthen it, you can add a slice of apple to your Gin Tonic.
Botanicals: juniper, lemon peels; cinnamon, cardamom, lavender and a secret spice mix. Soft and elegant on the nose. The aroma of juniper combined with lemon, floral notes and a touch of cinnamon dominate. On the palate it is refreshing and mild. From the classic taste of juniper berries and the pleasant note of lemon prevail. With a warm, soft and refreshing finish.
Windspiel Gran Riserva
This Premium Gin is aged for about eight months in traditional oak barrels under the watchful eyes of the master distiller. Particularly aromatic which thanks to aging combines aromas of coriander, juniper and lavender with notes of wood, caramel and vanilla. Ideal for meditation and unique in a superlative Gin Tonic.
The most beautiful sloes carefully selected from the Eiffel area give a special character. Macerate on Windspiel Premium Dry Gin, and with the addition of natural sloe juice, create a Gin with intense aromas of juniper, aromatic blackthorn and citrus floral notes.
Very intense and complex nose, with vine notes, juniper, coriander and citrus peel. Wide and velvety palate, rich in essential oils and very pure at the same time. Notes of fruits, officinal herbs and a citrus freshness with a balsamic and intense finish. A melody of flavors.
Winestillery Old Tom
Complex and sweet nose with notes of nutmeg. On the palate sensation of sweetness thanks to the hot spices used, including cinnamon, mace, coriander and aging in barrels containing wine. An incredible reinterpretation of a great classic.
At the time of the Inca and Mayan peoples, there was a time when it was necessary to make a sacrifice to offer to the gods. so the kings and queens asked the brewers to prepare a divine nectar. They created a secret gin recipe, only one ingredient is known: cocoa. They called him "Xocoalt" and had only been thought to be enjoyed by the king, queens and gods.
Yu Gin is a gin made with mainly French ingredients, but inside there are two very particular botanicals, one is the Yuzu Japanese citrus with a very particular intense taste, and the other is the Chinese Sichuan pepper, an ingredient that gives a particular aroma. . All botanicals are distilled separately in the cognac region and then unified. The alcoholic base used is a neutral wheat distillate.
2 Punto 4
Gin 2 Punto 4 is the extreme exaltation of decisive, recognizable flavors with an unusual combination: the harshness of juniper, the delicacy of coriander, the sweetness of fennel, the warmth of spruce, but also the pungent aroma of thyme and the freshness of citrus fruits (orange and bergamot).
135 East Hyogo Dry
From the Kailyo Distillery in the city of Akashi, 135 East Hyogo Dry Gin is born. 135 East is a small batch dry gin distilled using botanicals typical of both Japan and the traditional English London Dry Gin. The result is a perfectly balanced, complex and harmonious gin that is an expression of the rich Japanese culture. Gin owes its name to the 135 meridian that runs through the city of Akashi in Hyogo prefecture.