Master's London Dry Gin 70cl with Orange Peel Jigger
Master’s Selection is the result of tri-distillation of grain alcohol in the presence of fruit from various exotic aromatic plants. It was created in 1982 as a revolutionary gin on the market. The liquid has always been distilled using the best methods and the best botanical ingredients. The family-owned distillery is incredibly proud of their creation and keep their family symbol, the lion, on the striking blue bottle.
Master’s Selection London Dry Gin uses the necessary Spanish estate-grown juniper and adds other botanicals like Spanish coriander and Guatemalan cardamom. Also three different types of Spanish citrus: sweet oranges from Valencia, bitter oranges and lemons from Seville. Left to soak over 12 months, it makes for a delightfully fruity gin – the citrus trio makes it a very unique profile among gins. Now with orange peel and jigger for the perfect serve!
Botanicals: Juniper, coriander, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom
|Alcohol % by Vol.||37.5%|
|Closure Type||Screw Cap|
Destilerias MG is a family-owned business that, for more than five generations, has been distilling tradition, quality and innovation. With successful brands under it’s belt like Gin Mare and Gin MG, this distillery, based in the beautiful Mediterranean town of Vilanova I la Geltru, has a long history beginning in 1835 when they created syrups and Horchatas. Later that century they began making spirits and liqueurs and in 1935 more complex spirits like brandy.
During the Spanish civil war, Manuel Giró Sr was hiding in the local mountains when he noticed an abundance of juniper bushes growing there. So, began the family's connection with gin, and in 1940 it launched the highly successful Gin MG brand which is now one of the best-selling gins in Spain. Anticipating the interest in good quality gin, the distillery elevated gin to a more premium category in 1982 with the creation of Master's, a gin prepared following the London Dry method that presents 5 botanicals of the best quality.
Later, and just before the interest in gin went from the sort of thing drunk by sozzled colonels and their memsahibs, they created the popular Gin Mare, and became one of the most admired gin distilleries in the world.
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