This Set Gin Tonic Aviation is presented in a briefcase case and is composed of tonic, edible swats and different combinations of botanicals and dehydrated fruit. Accompanying Aviation 70cl 42% vol., a dry and powerful American gin, we find ; Six single-dose trays with different dehydrated fruits; Twelve edible swats; Six tonics 1724 and one box with Cardamom.
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One Gin Aviation 70 cl 42% vol.
Six Tonic 1724 20cl: A tonic made in Argentina, with quinine from the Camino del Inca, at 1724 meters altitude.
Six different pods with multiple combinations of dehydrated fruit and botanicals, for example; Hand of Buddha and juniper; Green apple and jamaica pepper; Dehydrated orange; Star anise, licorice and dehydrated blood orange and more combinations that will make you enjoy six different Gin & Tonic.
Twelve edible canteens of different flavors; Apple, Lemon, Strawberry, Ginger and Cinnamon. The straw keeps 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 smells and flavors.
A box of Cardamom Special Touch.
A gift bag case.
Aviation is a spicy, soft and dry gin, a distillate that has helped define the current style of the 'American Dry Gin' and in which botanists such as cardamom, lavender, sarsaparilla, coriander, anise seeds and Orange peel macerated in alcohol distilled from rye in steel stills. A gin made in the Dutch style in Oregon, with body and balanced, in which we find a 'Botanical Democracy', a harmonious palate in which none of the botanists stands out from the rest.
Aviation was born in 2005, from the merger of mixologist Ryan Magarian and the Distillery House Spirits Distillery in Portland, Oregon.
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. In this way, the first true flavor of American gin is offered to the American palate.
The alcohol in which the botanists macerate is made from rye, which is distilled in stainless steel stills. The botanists that macerate in alcohol and that give character to this American Dry Gin are; Cardamom, lavender, sarsaparilla, coriander, anise seeds and orange peel.
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.