In this Kit we find, besides the gin, infused with red tea from Tibet, Sikkim Privée 70cl 40% vol .; Six Thomas Henry, six infusions for Gin & Tonic, six single-dose trays, three with dehydrated green apple and juniper, three with cucumber, olive and olive leaf, two balloon globet glasses, measurer, braided spoon and case.
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A Gin Sikkim Privée 70cl 40% vol.
Six tonics Thomas Henry 20cl, a tonic of bitter character with a citrus point that is very refreshing.
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 green apple and juniper and three with cucumber, olive and olive leaf.
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 Sikkim Privée 70cl 40% vol Distilled gin is the fusion of English and Indian cultures, on the one hand with gin and on the other with tea. Sikkim gin is distilled in copper stills dating from 1831. It is made with Dutch juniper, red tea, floral essences and other botanicals that give it a floral and herbaceous aroma.
The red tea with which Sikkim Privée is made comes from Tibet, specifically from Sikkim, a state, the least populated of India, bordering Nepal and Tibet, famous for being part of one of the main export routes for China.
The gin is distilled in copper stills dating from 1831, as main botanists we find the Dutch juniper, iris, calamus, bitter orange peel and red tea from Tibet.