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Citadelle Original Gin 700ml

Citadelle Original Gin 700ml

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Category: Gin
ABV: 44%
Origin: France
Distiller: Maison Ferrand

Size: 700ml


  • Spirit of the Year - 2017 World Spirit Awards
  • World's Best Gin
  • Gin Grand Master
  • Gold - 2017 Spirits Design Master

Garnished simply with a fresh lemon peel and voilà, you’re set. The size and shape of the peel -straight or twisted, large or small -does not matter as long as it’s fresh. Mix Citadelle and a Fentimans tonic and you have crafted the perfect drink.

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.

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.


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About Citadelle

Citadelle is a “gin de Château” par excellence. They harvest juniper berries for their gin at Château de Bonbonnet. Juniper trees grow wild across from the château. Their berries gave their founder Alexandre Gabriel an idea: to create the first modern French gin. It was a crazy idea back in 1996, the year Citadelle Gin was born!

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Enjoying an enthusiastic resurgence in modern cocktail culture, Gin, a.k.a. ‘Dutch Courage,’ was originally touted as a 16th century cure for cowardice and stomach ailments. Arguably the broadest and most dynamic category of spirits in terms of flavor profiles and production styles, Gin is a distilled grain spirit that derives its primary flavor from juniper berries and secondary flavors from a dazzling array of spices, herbs, fruits and botanicals. It is both produced and enjoyed all around the world and is most commonly mixed into cocktails such as the Martini or simply added to tonic water.

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