"The London №1" Original Blue Gin, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "The London №1" Original Blue Gin, 0.7 L
Jin turquoise-blue color.
Gene has a soft, elegant and rounded taste with spicy, citrus and balsamic hints, refreshing acidity and a long finish.
Gin with a refined and elegant aroma, full of spicy and balsamic notes.
Gene recommended to use a pure, with ice and tonic or in classic cocktails.
The London №1 Original Blue Gin - the original London gin premium. The history of this gin is associated with London XVII century, when British troops opened this wonderful drink in Holland and brought it home. He quickly gained popularity and soon became the main evening drink Londoners. During the XVIII century London was a shopping center where you can buy and sell any herbs, spices and seasonings, so part of London gin was considered the most complicated in the market. London №1 Original Blue Gene - a revival of the tradition of creating complex and rich gins past years.
Gene London №1 Original Blue Gin is made from high-quality grain alcohol English. It consists of 13 ingredients: juniper, angelica root, coriander, lemon peel and orange, cassia, bergamot, licorice, Ceylon cinnamon, orris root, almonds, savory and gardenia flowers. All these components are delivered from different countries of the world to give the drink a refined and elegant aroma and smooth taste excellent, rich variety of shades. Gin is distilled in small batches in the city center under the guidance of master Charles Maxwell. He runs a triple distillation - the first two with the main liquor, and the last with herbs and spices. After the distillation process drink "resting" for 3 weeks.
Gin The London №1 Original Blue Gin, is a modern classic, has received a number of awards at international competitions:
• in 2013, a silver medal at the competition "International Spirits Challenge";
• in 2012, a silver medal at the competition "International Spirits Challenge";
• In 2011, a bronze medal at the competition "Pentawards";
• In 2009, a silver medal at the competition "International Spirits Challenge".
Company Gonzalez Biass was founded in 1835 by Manuel Gonzalez and Robert Biassom in Jerez de la Frontera, where it was launched production of great sherries. Thanks to the excellent quality of the wine business, the company immediately went up the hill, so after a short time of production Gonzalez Biass already knew, not only in Spain but also in England, France and other European countries. In 1862, the company even visited the cellar Queen Isabella II, thus expressing their respect for the skill of winemakers. It is noteworthy that the construction of ceremonial wine cellar, was engaged in a famous French engineer Gustave Eiffel, who created the Eiffel Tower and is a friend of Manuel Gonzalez.