In this complete Kit Gin Tonic we find, in addition to the French gin, the most awarded in the world, Citadelle 70cl 44% vol .; Six tonic 1724, twelve edible five flavors, Tonic Bitters 20cl, Mircus sweets, dehydrated blood orange, licorice, juniper, two balloon globet glasses, measurer, braided spoon and a box.
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A Gin Citadelle 44% vol.
Six tonics 1724 20cl: Made in Argentina, with quinine collected by hand in the Cordillera de los Andes, on the route of the Inca Trail, where quinine was discovered, at 1724 altitude.
Twelve edible cañitas of different flavors; Apple, Lemon, Strawberry, Ginger and Cinnamon. The straw retains its caramel consistency for more than thirty minutes in the glass. A different product, very aromatic, edible, that eliminates the plastic of your cocktail or Gin & Tonic and brings different aromas and flavors.
Two sweet Mircus; Milk Gianduia, for the sweet tooth, a "gianduja" of the best nuts with an exquisite milk chocolate and Smooth Praline: caramelized Marcona almond, covered with a soft white praline made from a unique recipe.
Mi & Cu Gourmet is a company created by the Miret Cudié brothers, a family with a long chocolate family tradition of more than 70 years of history. Mircus fuses the experience with the passion for the Mediterranean and its gastronomy, for this reason, we can find as protagonist, in a large part of its creations, the Marcona Almond.
A The Bitter Truth Tonic Bitters 200ml 43% vol .: Made with a combination of Grapefruit, Sicilian lemons, lime, Seville oranges, juniper and tea leaves, Tonic Bitters, with a couple of drops, will ideally complement the Gin & Tonic or any cocktail that benefits from aromas and citrus notes.
A box of spices Special Touch with licorice.
A box of spices Special Touch with juniper.
A pot with 30 units dehydrated blood orange, ideal for the preparation of all types of cocktails and combinations. Served in multi-dose jars suitable for preservation in order to preserve all its essence, aroma and color.
Two special ball glasses for cocktails, an element of utmost importance for the preparation of a good gin and tonic, whiskey ginger ale 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 cocktails or Jigger meter, made of stainless steel, essential to prepare, in its perfect measure, gin and tonics, ginger ale whiskey 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 exterior finishes in black, silver interior and double closure, is the ideal presentation to make an elegant detail and without doubt, different.
The Citadelle gin is distilled with 19 botanists using a recipe that dates back to the 18th century and was recovered in 1989 in France. Citadelle on the contrary that the great majority is distilled to slow fire and not to steam, with the risk that entails to distill alcohols with fire, but for its creators it is worth the risk run.
"How do you prefer your steak?" Asks Alexandre Gabriel, owner of Maison Ferrand and master distiller of Citadelle Gin. "Made in the pan or in a pressure cooker? Both methods will give the same result, a cooked steak, but with a very different flavor ... Would not you prefer the steak braised in a pan, over low heat? "
The recipe for the citadelle gin goes back to the 18th century, the original formula of the oldest gin in France, created in 1775 in Dunkirk and recovered by the Maison Ferrand distillery. Maison Ferrand is the result of the meeting in 1989 between Alexandre Gabriel and one of the oldest wine families in the Cognac region.
In the process of making the appointment of the 19 botanists to infuse for 72 hours, in this process is where it acquires all its fragrant notes. For 12 more hours, Citadelle is distilled in small copper stills to live flame.
The Citadelle gin uses 19 botanicals: juniper, as the main element of distillate, cinnamon, cassia, nutmeg, angelica, pine, anise, violet, almonds, coriander, lemon peel, orange, licorice, cardamom, pepper, savory, skin of lemon, orange, licorice and lily root.
The use of cinnamon in the making of Citadelle gives it a natural sweetness and enhances the taste of juniper berries.
Nutmeg gives the gin a spicy and slightly woody note that enhances the taste of juniper.
CITADELLE GIN Spirit Journal Rating 2014 Strong recommendation (4 stars / 5) 2014 / USA
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE Ultimate Spirits Challenge Finalist, 94 points 2014 / USA
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE World Spirits Award Gold Medal - 91/100 2013 / Austria
CITADELLE GIN IWSC Gold Medal - 'Outstanding' 2012 / UK
CITADELLE GIN Beverage Testing Institute Gold Medal - 91/100 2012 / USA
CITADELLE GIN Gin Masters Grand Gin Master 2012 2012 / UK
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE Gin Masters Master - Gold Medal - 1st position 2012 / UK
CITADELLE GIN San Francisco Spirits Competition Double Gold Medal 2012 / USA
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE Guide Peñín Of The Destilados Premium 97 Points 2011 / Spain
CITADELLE GIN Peñín Guide to Premium Spirits 94 Points 2011 / Spain
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE Ultimate Spirits Challenge Finalist, 92 points 2011 / USA
CITADELLE GIN San Francisco Spirits Competition Double Gold Medal 2011 / USA
CITADELLE GIN Gin Masters Master in the Super-Premium Category 2010 / UK
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE Internationaler Spirituosen Wettbewerb Gold Medal 2010 / Allemagne
CITADELLE GIN RÉSERVE San Francisco Spirits Competition Gold Medal 2010 / USA
CITADELLE GIN Ultimate Spirits Challenge Strong recommendation, 91 points 2010 / USA