Friends of the House Gin Review

Mascuginity

For at couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure to taste the Red Berry gin by Dreyberg. Consequently, we had very high expectation when opening this London Dry Gin – also by the ‘hands’ of Dreyberg. If you just have a minimal interest for gin, then you for sure will agree that you must …

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Mediterranean Pearl

Rosemary, thyme, olives and basil is the key elements in the ninth and last Spanish gin from our Collection. To find the manufacturer we have to move back to Destilerias MG that we visited in episode 4 of our serial of Spanish gin. Their distillery is located in an abolished chapel in a small fishing …

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Volcanical Gin Power

Finding the origin of the eight Spanish gin from our collection make a travel out of the Eurasian Tectonic Plate necessary, since Macaronesian White gin is manufactured on the Vulcanic Oasis; Tenerife located on the African Tectonic Plate. Tenerife is an island created volcanically, building up from the ocean floor over a period of millions …

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The Spanish Giant

A Spanish gin cavalcade without a Larios gin is like a GT without the tonic. Larios, owned by the third largest producer of distilled beverages worldwide, is the absolute best selling gin in Spain, and in terms of units, among the bestselling gins in the world year over year. Larios 12 is Spain concentrated in …

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O Camiño de Santiago

Fifth stop on our Spanish gin odyssey is Galicia; located in northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. When the Christian pilgrims reaches the end of their pilgrimage; “o Camiño de Santiago”, then they definitely can take a well-deserved break and sin with a divine GT. Nordes Atlantic Galician Gin, made with an Albariño-grape-based spirit, is the …

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