Fifty Pounds Gin (43.5º) is the result of a perfect balance and combination of herbs, spices, fruits and flowers, together with cereal alcohol mixed from a secret recipe. The distiller, a master of the London Distiller's Guild, employs a procedure that has been used for centuries and known as the “Batch Distillation Process”, which for many is the purest and most efficient way of obtaining the best spirit from the best gins.
Gin Seagrams Tonic Pack
For Gintonic lovers. Surprise with this complete pack with Seagrams. Drink & snack.
- 1 Bot. Gin Seagrans Dry Gin 70 cl.
- 2 Fever Tree Tonic 33 cl.
- 1 Assortment single-dose Botanicals special Gin
- 1 Jar of Pistachios with shell Les Garrigues
- 1 Jar of Roasted Giant Corn Les Garrigues
- 1 Jar of caramelized almonds to the point of salt Les Marmeles
- 1 Bag of Salad & Caramel PopIt Popcorn
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Gin Mare is a gin made using unique and Mediterranean botanicals. Mediterranean gin that includes botanicals such as arbequina olives, basil, rosemary and thyme. It is distilled in a single alembic, giving it an author's stamp.
Nordés Gin is a gin made in Galicia whose distillate is based on Albariño wine and Galician herbs such as juniper and caralleira grass. Other elements that are added during its preparation are salicornia (a marine plant), lemon peel, juniper, cardamom, quinine, ginger, hibiscus, licorice, tea.
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Voortrekker Super Premium. Geneva from Holland. Voortrekker is the gin of the pioneers due to its Dutch origin, the birthplace of the gin.
Eight botanicals create the unique Voortrekker scent: juniper, South African oranges, licorice, vanilla, coriander, angelica root, lemon peel, and ginger.
Four times distilled and triple filtered, it is a gin with a transgressive aesthetic but faithful to the most British style. It has seductive notes of fruit and citrus, with a refreshing character and a balanced finish, making it an ideal gin for both the classic gin and tonic or for any other cocktail.