Why I suggest Gin 43 Fred Jerbis Original Italian
Properties digestive and an aperitif given by the properties of the herbs present in the majority. 43 botanical ingredients of Italian origin: Juniper, Angelica, lemon, orange, tangerine, thyme, lavender, mint, anise, fennel, pine, melissa, iris, imperatoria, savory, clary sage, wormwood, yarrow, licorice, saffron, orange blossom, hyssop, marjoram, aromatic calamus. Degree Of Alcohol: 43%
The Sommelier: a straw-yellow Colour given by the cold infusion of orange flowers and saffron. Scent: Note accentuated juniper (double the amount compared to a classic gin), violet (data from the Iris), light lavender and citrus, both from the fruit, both from the flower; to the final grassy characterized by the coriander and angelica. The freshness that closes the final date from the mint. Taste: Grassy, delicate but persistent, and aggrumato. The body, semi-sweet, is given by botanists such as dill, fennel, liquorice and anise; the notes of love from the maceration of plants, such as imperatoria, gentian, calamus, wormwood, but especially juniper; the final round thanks to angelica, both seeds, both roots; closes a fresh, thyme, lemon balm, sage and mint. Aftertaste/Retrolfattivo: persistent Bitter given by the strength of the wormwood and the imperatoria, but especially juniper.
Food pairings: goes well with most of the Tonics, as there is the bitter, the sweet; furthermore, the numerous essences of the gin explode on the palate, dilute with tonic.
Serve at a temperature 7 - 12°C in large glasses without a stem.
The distillery: In the fascinating landscape of the Alps of Friuli, in the hills, Fred Jerbis find the perfect match. Culture, ancient art of distillation, the natural territory... go to the card.