In this Gin Pack we find, in addition to the German-style American gin, Aviation 70cl 42% vol .; Four tonics 1724, a case of botanical Té-Tonic, with seven different botanicals and a chocolate bar Sampaka Gin & Tonic 40% 100g, cocoa with a surprising touch of juniper and citrus.
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One Gin Aviation 70cl 42% vol.
Four tonics 1724 20cl: Made in Argentina, with quinine collected by hand in the Cordillera de los Andes, on the route of the Camino del Inca, where quinine was discovered, at 1724 altitude.
Collection of botanicals for Gin & Tonic Té-Tonic, seven-spice case special for Gin & Tonic, with independent containers to keep it fresh, all its freshness in each use.
Cocoa Sampaka Gin & Tonic 40% Cocoa 100g, a chocolate tablet (16,5x8,5x1,5 cm) that combines high quality cocoa with a surprising touch of juniper and citrus.
With stores in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Al-Kobar, Osaka and Tokyo, Cacao Sampaka produces cacao-derived sweets of great recognition. Cacao Sampaka was born to spread the chocolate culture and to transmit the passion for this sweet. Chocolate artisans, they work the product from the first moment, starting with the selection of the raw material, the cocoa beans and ending with the presentation and packaging of the product. All products are made with cocoa of the highest quality, without preservatives or dyes.
A spectacular gift case with fine black exterior finishes, silver interiors and magnetic closure, is the ideal presentation to make an elegant and certainly different detail.
Aviation 70cl 42% vol. It is an American gin made in small batches. German-style, with a powerful body, it is distilled from rye and botanicals, in what the distillery describes as a 'botanical democracy', such as juniper, cardamom, lavender, sarsaparilla, cilantro, anise seeds and orange peels. . The result is a gin with body, dry and aromatic.
Gin Aviation was born in 2005, from the merger of mixologist Ryan Magarian and the Distillery House Spirits Distillery in Portland, Oregon. Made from rye and botanicals exclusively from the United States, Aviation is one of the first premium gins of the new generation adapted to the American palate.
Aviation belongs to a completely new category of dry gins. This gin moves away from the usual overabundance of juniper towards a deeper equilibrium. Aviation explores the rich, floral and salty notes of lavender, cardamom and sarsaparilla to capture the exuberance, spices, creativity and freshness of the Pacific Northwest.
Distilled in small batches from rye, uses a series of botanists from the Pacific Northwest equally, cardamom, lavender, sarsaparilla, coriander, anise seeds and orange peel.
The result is a gin with a powerful, dry and aromatic body. The nose is presented with notes of earthy juniper, lavender and citrus. On the palate it leaves an oily and spicy sensation, with floral notes and juniper. A different gin, which does not remind us of the classic style of London Dry Gin in which the juniper stands out above the other botanists.
Try the distillate that Wine Enthusiast has named the best gin with 97 points. 5 points more than the other best-ranked gin, Hendrick's and Bombay Sapphire.