Batch Premium Gin aims to be a niche product, distilled in small batches, with a dedication to the details that just a small brand can offer.
Giniu Gin from the Sardinian brand Silvio Carta, is ginitaly’s next Italian Gin to review, a real noticeable product that introduces itself with a stunning packaging and a solid background idea.
Vergin Gin is a Gin coming from the Italian Alpine region of Aosta Valley: it makes absolutely sense that lot of Italian Gins are coming from Northern Mountain regions, as they're so rich in biodiversity, so many different botanicals to use for their recipes.
Pigskin Gin is the first Italian barrel aged Gin: it is produced by Silvio Carta in Sardinia, to exalt the perfumes of this island.
Hernö Gin is made in Sweden in the Northernmost distillery in the world, established in 2011. After a decade spent in the UK, loving and studying Gins, Mr. Jon Hillgren decided to start it’s own Gin production.
An ultra premium Mediterranean Gin from Spain, with a remarkable packaging and a captivating idea behind, this is the Alkkemist Gin.
Let me start this review with a boring introduction: I don’t like coloured Gins. I find that they don’t go in the right direction, I’m not impressed tasting a coloured spirit. This is how I first tasted London No. 1 Original Blue Gin, with my prejudices, with low expectations, trying not to be disappointed…but I […]
A Dry Gin containing every features of the city where it is distilled? In this case Hamburg, Germany? A Hamburg Dry Gin, using the typical production of a London Dry, but adding every thing this city could offer, like its harbour. This is the 5 Continents – Hamburg Dry Gin, and I appreciate this definition.
Another German Gin, another Gin I liked. Sincerely, I think that in Germany there’s a very positive way of seeing the Gin World. There’s a continuing research, that goes in the right direction.
Less is more? Even in the Gin world? Can you make a Gin with just 3 botanicals? A Gin that drinkable, enjoyable and useful? That may add something interesting? Madame Geneva Gin Blanc answers YES to all these questions: it’s a Gin from Germany, made with just juniper, coriander and ginger. Essential, to go back […]