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In 1958, the world-famous Professor Franz de la Boë mixed alcohol with hand-picked juniper berries in search of a medical tonic. And voilà! The first Gin was born.
This extraordinary personality served the Gin manufacturer Boe, who makes the delicious Boe Violet Gin , as name giver. The Boe Violet Gin is an award-winning Gin, which is enriched with violets and therefore receives this striking colour. With this Scottish Gin unique cocktails can be created.
Description of Boe Violet Gin
Boe Violet Gin
- Colour: A bright pinkish lavender.
- Aroma: An enticing bouquet of aromatic juniper, fresh botanicals, wildflower blossoms, and citrus zest.
- Taste: Smooth on the palate with a classic punch of juniper intermingling with verdant herbs, grapefruit, and a delicate taste of violet. The light and balanced flavour of Boe Violet Gin makes it excellent with a splash of tonic water, lemonade, or fruit juice and garnish with a slice of blood orange.
PRODUCER: Boë. The distillery got its start in 1658, when the professor Franz de la Boë tried to create a medicinal tonic by mixing a neutral spirit with juniper berries, creating the first gin, according to the legend. Centuries later, the Boë family operates in the village of Throsk, near Stirling, and prides itself on creating quality gins with unique flavours.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Boe Violet Gin is carefully created in small batches by the company's Master Distiller. Hand-picked botanicals and spice are infused with a fine neutral grain spirit that was triple distilled in handmade copper stills. This particular flavour is infused with real violet for an enchanting twist. The beautiful floral artwork on the bottle and intriguing colour of Boe Violet Gin is sure to enchant your guests.