In this kit we find, in addition to the famous American gin distilled from corn No. 209 70cl 46% vol .; Six tonic Fentimans, six infusions for Gin & Tonic, six single-dose trays, three with dehydrated orange and three with dehydrated blood orange, licorice and star anise, two balloon globet glasses, measurer, braided spoon and case.
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One Gin No. 209 70 cl 46% vol.
Six tonic Fentimans 20cl: A tonic made from totally natural ingredients; Fermented organic grain, Cochin lemon grass, bark bark of the natural tree of chinchoa and brown sugar. As a curious fact, in the production process, a seven-day fermentation takes place that enhances its flavor and produces 0.5% vol / alc.
A transparent blister with instructions and six infusions packed individually; Red Passion, Green Fresh, Rose Jasmine, Yellow Citric, Orange Energy and White Essential. Tea-Tonic infusions are 100% natural presented in silk pyramids.
Six single-dose trays with dehydrated fruit and botanicals; Three with dehydrated orange and three with dehydrated blood orange, star anise and licorice.
Two special ball glasses for cocktails, an element of great importance for the elaboration of a good gin and tonic, ginger ale whiskey or cocktails, is to have the correct glass.
A braided spoon for Gin Tonic or Cocktail of thirty centimeters. An indispensable utensil of long handle used to dose ingredients and mix. Its braided shape allows serving the tonic without breaking the bubble or making layered cocktails.
A mixer or Jigger meter, made of stainless steel, indispensable to prepare, in its perfect measure, gin and tonics, ginger ale and cocktails in general.
A spectacular gift case, which together with all its contents, is an exceptional gift for cocktail lovers. This case of fine black exterior finishes, silver interiors and double clasp, is the ideal presentation to make an elegant detail and without a doubt, different.
Gin 209 70 cl 46% vol. It is one of the most outstanding gins offered by the US market, made in San Francisco in small batches, distilled five times in copper stills from corn and a series of botanicals, between nine and eleven, which are kept secret, although they are guessed; Bergamot orange, lemon peel, cardamom, cassia bark, angelica root and coriander.
The history of the 209 gin goes back to the year 1870 in New York, when William Scheffler bought the patent for a new still design in California. Determined to undertake the business of making distillates, he registers his distillery, to which he is granted the license number 209, which he proudly paints on the distillery's door. Thanks to a still with an outstanding design and its know-how, William was soon collecting awards from its distillates, highlighting some medals at the Universal Exhibition of 1889 in Paris.
In 1999, a group of gin lovers and entrepreneurs decided to reopen the distillery and baptize their gin Nº 209, Number 209, referring to the license number to make alcohol decades ago.
Gin 209 uses between eight and eleven botanists, the exact number and botanists are kept secret. Some of the botanicals that define the character of 209 gin are bergamot orange, lemon peel, cardamom, cassia bark, angelica root and coriander.
A very aromatic gin, with juicy notes of juniper, sweet, coriander and cardamom on the nose. On the palate the first notes to arrive with cilantro and cardamom, giving way to orange. The entrance is smooth, although it gradually intensifies. A classic style twist, with an intense and contemporary character.
Double gold medal.
Playboy, Richard Carlton
This smooth and floral, mouthful, from Distillery No. 209 on San Francisco's Pier 50, took us completely by surprise.
The Hedonist Gazette, Robert Parker
"I rarely drink hard liquor, but I must say this was the smoothest gin I have ever had. Served straight up and cold ice, it was pretty amazing .... "