Plymouth Navy Strength, at 57% ABV – or 100° English proof – is the traditional strength demanded by the British Royal Navy. This was the proof that would not prevent gunpowder from igniting, should it be compromised by spilled spirit. It is the gin the distillery has supplied to the Royal Navy since the early […]
Having the chance to review Plymouth Gin is a honour for me: it’s a storycal and fundamental brand: one of the 3 in the world that can be defined as a P.G.I., but just the one coming from the Black Friars Distillery can be a Plymouth Gin. Basically, this is what English producers wanted to […]
Ungava is a Gin that tells us about far away and cold lands. Taking us trough a journey among the Hinuit, picking precious herbs and rare fruits, botanicals that can be found just in this Gin, such as wild rose hips, artic blend, cloudberry, labrador tea, crowberry and nordic juniper, a particular kind of juniper, […]
It was hard to find a better Gin to review after the last one. That Gin was really surprising, but Gin Italy was lucky enough to have a new unique kind of Gin to study, a handmade Cornish Gin. Tarquin’s Dry Gin.
The Saar is the name of the river starting its journey in France, then reaching Germany in the Moselle region. The last 28 km of this river create a unique microclimate, feeding the soil that produces one of the most expensive white wine in the world.
Ginself Gin is produced in a small distillery in Valencia. The process is traditional and base alcohol comes from beet: a century old post still is used to distill the 9 botanicals infused for 24 hours. The spirit is then cut with water from Sierra Espadan.
Geranium Premium London Dry Gin helped to make clear that the monogamy among Gin and Juniper is definitely finished. The proof is in those Martini cocktails made with innovative Gins, based on high quality distillations, often with old traditional pot stills.
Darnley’s View Gin history starts in Scotland in 1565: “Mary Queen of Scots first spies her future husband, Lord Darnley through the courtyard window of Wemyss Castle, the historic family seat of renowned vintners and spirits merchants, the Wemyss family (pronounced ‘weems’).”
Old English Gin is a Gin created with the inspiration of a recipe from 1780. Its roots are traditional and can be consider, tho not officially, an Old Tom Gin, a category of Gin with a sweeter taste. The details of this product are carefully studied: from the champagne style bottle, as in the 18th […]