Gin Citadelle Réserve

Maison Ferrand (Gin)

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Maison Ferrand produces the Gin Citadelle Réserve (£27.94), a gin with origins in France with 44% of alcohol strength. According to Drinks&Co users, the Gin Citadelle Réserve deserves an evaluation of 4 of 5 points and in guides, it has been reviewed: peñín: 97.
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Technical sheet · Gin Citadelle Réserve

Category:Gin (Spirits)
Producer: Maison Ferrand
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 44%
Country: France

Description · Maison Ferrand

Gin Citadelle Réserve

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: White crystal
  • Smell: Aroma subtle, with notes of citrus and juniper.
  • Taste: Elegant and soft on the palate. It has a long finish, which expresses its full aromatic complexity.

Alcohol: 44% Vol

COUNTRY: France

Maison Ferrand

Cognac Ferrand is the result of the encounter in 1989 between Alexandre Gabriel and one of the oldest winegrowing families in the Cognac region. Alexandre Gabriel’s intention was to breathe new life into Cognac Ferrand and make it the world’s best cognac. He wanted to maintain age-old,...

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Posted on at 05.14

4/5

Gin Citadelle Réserve

Citadelle's Reserve Gin is aged for five months in casks made from acacia, cherry, chestnut, French oak and mulberry. The gin is then combined and refined in an eight foot tall, egg-shaped oak cask! Bottled at an excellent 45.2% ABV, and of course in possibly the most beautiful gin bottle we have...
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Posted on at 10.59

4/5

- Citadelle Gin Reserve is the only gin worldwide refined 6 months in old oak casks.
- With a unique know-how in the ageing art of Cognac, our cellar master - Frederic Gilbert - wanted to find out...
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Posted on at 23.58

5/5

Combined with strips of orange peel and a cinnamon stick goes well
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Posted on at 10.12

4/5

Citadelle Reserva

BOOK CITADELLE

BODEGA: COGNAC FERRAND
 TYPE: GENEVA

GRADUATION: 44.00%

 
The English gin is produced by grinding mixture of high alcohol whiskey or alcoholic mixes such that lose aroma and...
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Posted on at 12.26

4/5

Gin CITADELLE RESERVE: Una ginebra para disfrutar de una buena sobremesa

Citadelle Réserve Gin is the only gin around the world refined for 6 months in old oak barrels. Limited production, it is difficult to find outside the HoReCa (Hotels, Restaurants and Catering)....
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Posted on at 10.16

4/5

TASTING NOTES OF Citadelle Reserve Barrique Aged :
- Color: Pale yellow.
- Flavour: Aromas of citrus, floral and spicy.
- Taste: predominant flavor of juniper and oak.

PRODUCER:...
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Posted on at 14.29

4/5

TASTING NOTES OF Citadelle Reserva:
- Color: pale gold.
- Flavour: notes of dried fruits and toasted notes of chocolate and ripe tropical fruits (banana, pineapple).
- Taste: Mild flavors of...
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Posted on at 06.08

3.5/5

Citadelle Reservé Barrique Aged is a mighty spirit

Posted on at 05.36

4/5

Gin Citadelle Réserve is a spotless spirit

Posted on at 10.53

4/5

Alcohol: 44, 0
Country: France
Contents: 0, 70 l
The recipe for Citadelle Gin was developed in a distillery in Dunkirk in 1771.
Dunkirk was, then, one of the first ports of the extra-from the...
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Posted on at 10.59

4/5

Citadelle Réserve is a premium gin, from France, which is produced in the Cognac region. Broadly speaking, Citadelle Réserve is the same classical Citadelle gin, but goes through a process of six...
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