Malfy Pink Gin 70cl 41% vol. It is the expression with the most distillery character, thanks in large part to the use of grapefruit, gin acquires a citrus, sweet and bitter, original and refreshing character, in addition to a warm pinkish tone. Another of the characteristic botanists that we find is rhubarb, which with its acidic point, perfectly complements the sweet bitterness of grapefruit.
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Distilled in Moncalieri, just outside Torino, Malfy with Arancia 70cl 41% vol. It is an Italian gin that unlike the classic Malfy, uses among its botanists the blood orange, responsible for the orange tones of the gin, in addition to Tuscan juniper, coriander, cassia and licorice between others . A gin with the quality seal GQDI of a refreshing and citric character with a bitter point.
Malfy is made on the outskirts of Turin by the Tornio Distillati distillery. Historically, the area where the distillery is located is famous for the production of wines, distillates, spirits and vermouths such as Martini, Cinzano and Carpano.
The distillery was established and founded by Fratelli Ferrero in 1906, a Piedmont family famous for its wines and vermouths. Sixty years later the distillery changes ownership, the new owner being a Canadian giant, Seagram.
In 1992, the current owners, the Vergnano family, former director of Seagram Italia, bought the distillery and established Tornio Distillati with the help of his family and Beppe Ronco and Denis Muni.
Gin bears the seal of quality GQDI ' G in Di Q ualità D istillato in I talia ', an unequivocal guarantee of the high standards used in the execution of the distillate.
To create Malfy, a careful selection of Sicilian grapefruit and rhubarb is used. The fruit is macerated in a base alcohol made from wheat, before going through a basket press. The resulting distillate, citrus-labeled, is distilled with Tuscan juniper, coriander, cassia, licorice and grapefruit and orange peels.