PUERTO de INDIAS Strawberry Gin 0.70L
Bottle of innovative Gin PUERTO de INDIAS Strawberry (strawberry flavor), 0.70L.
The Gin PUERTO de INDIAS Strawberry emerged as a mistake making strawberry alcohol. It is made with copper stills of more than 130 years which adds a unique aniseed touch in a drink of this type. It is also distilled through olive wood fire and some of the best strawberries in the world, strawberries from Huelva (Andalucía) are used.
Gin PUERTO de INDIAS Strawberry uses strawberries from the province of Huelva (Andalucía) as its basis for maceration, which give it its particular pink color and a sweeter taste that palates less accustomed to white liquors usually like.
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