The best gin you should have to prepare your cocktails this season
Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin
Four Pillars is a small-scale distillery of Australian origin established in 2013 and is distinguished by its homemade distillation process.
“It’s spicy but with great citrus, a truly modern Australian gin.”
The Botanist Islay Dry Gin 22
Another gin that joins the sustainable cultivation and harvesting of herbs and natural extracts. The Botanist is a very soft and tasty gin, fresh at the entrance, and on reaching the second palate, you can feel the warmth of a slow and unhurried distillation.
The distilled gin with 47 natural extracts, one of the most important in the history of this spirit. Its profile is broad and precise, fresh balsamic and citrus. Recommended with a Monkey 47 Ferien cocktail (holiday), perfect for summer holidays.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin 41,6 %
Perfect for gin and tonic as recommended by Sipsmith. This gin has been awarded on several occasions. It has notes of summer flowery meadows, and is traditionally handcraft produced.
Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin
A wild gin, distilled from freshly grown herbs under a sustainable mountain culture near the distillery in Ireland. The cutting points are defined naturally, by tasting and smelling, giving it an original taste without mechanical intervention.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
The best gins of all styles that you should have this summer to prepare your best cocktails, or to taste neat.