Description of Chase Seville Marmelade Gin
Chase Seville Marmelade Gin
- Color: Chase Seville Marmelade Gin is clear
- Odour: Seville oranges have quite profusely without disguising other juniper aromas, earthy roots and a soft herbaceous quality.
- Mouth: An explosion on the palate Seville orange peel, floral juniper then followed by freshly squeezed orange juice
WINEMAKING: It is the result of a process of distillation of cider from apples which he infusionan with a variety of specially selected botanicals among which lemon and juniper berries.
CELLAR: William Chase Distillery
William Chase was a little potato farmer, selling his vegetables to local supermarkets. It was a secure work, but with no feedback from the end customer. Boredom and frustration gave Chase the idea to sell a product made out of potatoes. So in 2002 he spent his time travelling to find the best equipment and recipe for potato chips. The year of 2004 led him to the United States, where he stumbled upon a small distillery, making vodka out of potatos and Chase was fascinated and inspired to do so, too.More about the Producer