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Can a gin represent the production terroir? Villa Ugo by Sabatini gin yes, because it was born with the intention of using the typical botanicals of Tuscany, to which the boys were fond of when they played in the fields, such as cypress, coriander, Florentine iris, laurel, lavender. Thus was born the Tuscan Dry Gin Villa Ugo di Sabatini gin.
Etsu Gin Double Orange is the limited edition of Etsu gin with a greater amount of Japanese bitter orange peel grown in the Akita prefecture in the vicinity of the distillery. The result is a fresher gin with a pleasant citrus note.
Etsu Gin Pacific Ocean Water is the limited edition of Etsu gin enriched with Pacific Ocean water that gives the gin an iodized note that goes well with the classic bouquet of Japanese gin distilled on the island of Hokkaido, at the Asahikawa Distillery.
Etsu is the Japanese Gin ditillated on the island of Hokkaido at the Asahikawa Distillery according to a secret recipe based on botanical herbs grown in Japan such as berries, peppers, tea and citrus fruits, among which stands out the Yozu which owes its typical floreal aroma fragrant and persistent on the palate. Now also available with the original limited edition cup.
5 Continents Dry Ging, was named after it as it was distilled from a total of 22 organic botanicals, from 5 different continents around the world. Among the botanicals stand out ginger and cardamom from Asia, Indian pepper from Africa, Australian eucalyptus and European lavender.
Mr. Gaston Mizunara is a Gin, characterized by the freshness of its vegetal bouquet, and by its clotted notes. In the mouth it has some peppery nuances, accompanied by roundness and delicacy that prevail in a harmonious finish with spicy vanilla notes.
Aqua di Gin is a Gin produced by Bespoke Distillery, with an extremely aromatic taste, the intense spicy notes open the way to delicate vanilla notes of the tonka bean and with a spicy finish of pink pepper. It is distilled is round and balanced.