Here you will find a selection of the best Gin
Once a year, in mid-June comes the flower of the grape. For a few days before becoming the fruit of the grape, this period is known as Floraison in French. G'Vine Floraison captures the irresistible fragrance of this ephemeral and dazzling flower aroused by the summer sun ..
This is a Premium Gin, 48.0% alc./vol., obtained by double distillation in copper stills. Botanists used are juniper, orange peel, lemon peel, coriander, licorice, angelica, orris root, hops, elderflower and green apple. .
This is a Premium Gin, London Dry type 40.0% alc./vol., obtained by quadruple distillation. ten botanicals are used, highlighting, in addition to the classics, blueberries and blackberries. The final product is dry and very soft on the palate, with aromas of red fruits and citrus. .
Botanic Premium, triple distillation, cooler than the ultra premium version with almond notes. The nose is a light and dry, with predominant notes of botanical gin, the presence of the seeds of juniper and almond shells. Clearly citrus notes of Hand of Buddha, bergamot and sweet orange. The palate is very light, soft and elegant. .
This is a Premium Gin, London Dry type 47.3% alc./vol., obtained three distillations of grain, and a fourth of botanicals which chamomile flower and citrus is added. No. Ten, comes from that, this is still number in the fourth distillation is made, although this number gives it other connotations. .
Geneva German, his name "sip-smiths" is a tribute to distillation and processing methods artisanal It is done with 10 ingredients carefully selected botanicals of all the world. Obtained by quintuple distillation with a single copper still that they call Prudence.