Why I suggest Gin Granito
Granito Gin encloses the digestive properties as much as the sold aperitifs of natural herbs in the form of botanical ingredients present in Sardinia: Juniper, anise, saffron, lemon, orange, wormwood, aromatic calamus, mandarin, thyme, imperatoria, marjoram, lavender, fennel, mountain pine, lemon balm, savory, clary sage, licorice, angelica, orange blossom, hyssop.
The Sommelier: Alcoholic Degree 43%, 2 extraction methods cold maceration of dried plant and hot maceration (digestion) .Visually assumes the straw yellow color, yielded by the infusion of orange blossoms and saffron. The nose perceives marked notes of juniper, violet, light lavender and citrus fruits; a fresh finish of mint, herbaceous characterized by coriander and angelica. The herbaceous and citrusy delicacy is accentuated in the mouth. The body, semi-sweet, is given by botanists such as dill, fennel, licorice and anise; the bitter notes from the maceration of juniper plants; round end thanks to angelica, both seeds and roots; closes a fresh thyme, lemon balm, sage and mint. Aftertaste / retro-olfactory: Persistent bitterness given by the strength of absinthe and the imperatory, but above all of the juniper.
Recommended pairings: Dilute with Tonic.
Serve at a temperature of 8-10 ° C in a large glass without stem.
Distillery: The Lucrezio R Distillery settles in Berchidda, a beautiful village in the province of Olbia. The maintenance of the distilling art and the Sardinian food and wine traditions involves the Lucrezio R family in an indissoluble way. Their will remains in continuing the noble ...