ARC Botanical Gin is handcrafted from a rare and wonderful blend of 28 exotic botanicals, 22 of which are sourced and foraged from across the Philippine archipelago. Beginning with a premium extra neutral alcohol base distilled from 100% wheat, each small-batch distillation involves a carefully- controlled 8-hour distillation that extracts the flavors and aroma from [...]
Tasting notes: Color: Pale, limpid gold. Nose: Herbaceous notes of dried spices, but also coconut shell, tobacco and orange flower. The second nose brings out notes of juniper berry and green tea. Mouth: The first note is silky, abundant, a bit spicy/peppery, with hints of dried tobacco. Midtasting, additional notes of lemon zest, ginger and almond. A lasting finish.
Citadelle Gin exudes delicate aromas of fresh flowers highlighted by more assertive citric scents. Once served, it emanates more intense, herbaceous notes of juniper and anise; then, the spicy cinnamon side softens the nose, bringing a very gourmand dimension to the gin. On the palate, the juniper cedes to a long, voluptuous, spicy fragrance. But while Citadelle offers complete aromatic richness, its three character traits remain: Juniper, its signature, the key base of Citadelle Citrus, the complementary note that underlines the juniper Exotic, offering an additional level of enjoyment with touches of pepper, nutmeg and cinnamon. Beautifully balanced, it is elegant, soft and and long in the mouth, with an alcohol content of 44%. A perfect equilibrium between intensity and finesse. Citadelle has won more than 60 medals, among them “Spirit of the Year” at the 2017 World Spirit Awards as well as “World’s Best Gin” and “Gin Grand Master” in London. Its bottle hasn’t escaped attention either; it was awarded a gold medal at the Spirits Design Master 2017.
To create a fine barrel-aged sipping gin, we begin with our flagship Archipelago Botanical Gin and rest it in brand new, 225-liter American Oak barrels, which have been given a medium long toast (Burgundy style). The toasting of our barrels, by master coopers in Napa Valley, California, allows the oak to impart a rich medley [...]
Chase Distillery is Britain’s first single-estate distillery. The potatoes utilized in the making of William’s Extra dry Gin is all grown in their own farm in Herefordshire. William Chase, the founder is often heard talking about the provenance of William’s Gin and he believes that it is the rich, red Hereford soil and our Single-estate [...]
Roby Marton is the only Italian Dry Gin. Born from the idea of the homonymous creator, this Gin is the Italian and artisanal representation of the classic English distillate. The Roby Marton is made by cold infusion as in the oldest method: the distillate base of juniper and cereals is added with botanicals such as [...]
Filliers Dry Gin 28 fully expresses the traditional craftsmanship of Filliers, developed after decades of authentically distilled genever.Firmin Filliers (1888-1965), a member of the third generation of Filliers Master Distillers, created the recipe for this handcrafted gin. Filliers made a conscious decision to implement a small-scale production process in modest-sized copper stills (alembics) of 500 [...]
Ratings & Awards Best German Gin Winery Germany Variety Dry Gin Sight Clear Nose Citrus and floral spice prevail the aroma. Taste Fresh notes mixed with sour tart and slightly bitter licorice. Full body with long and citrusy finish that lets other highly aromatic ingredients come to life with time. Food Pairings Expert [...]
Creating Brockmans required the different skills of a group of very experienced and devoted friends. What brought them all together was an enduring fascination with this exciting and exotic spirit. Their combined knowledge of gin history, and the subtle nuances of different styles of gin and distillation proved invaluable as they set out to create [...]
On the front of the palate Portobello Road Gin has a generous slug of juniper, the mid palate has a sustained, fresh citrus character from our use of lemon, bitter orange and coriander, which then develops into a sweet peppery finish, achieved by the use of liquorice and nutmeg. Best served simply with tonic and [...]