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Mom God Save The Gin is a premium gin recently launched by Gonzalez Byass, the younger brother of Gin. London No. 1. The bottle is decorated with the English royal crown and the name is a clear reference to the famous saying "God save the Gin". A nice tribute to the most famous gin fan, the Queen Mother.
What distinguishes this gin are the vibrant notes of red fruits, used as botanicals in the recipe. The result is a soft, fruity and fresh distillate... aristocratic! Absolutely try it in your next gin and tonic.
Description of Mom God Save The Gin
Mom God Save The Gin
- Pink colour.
- Flavour: The nose can smell the aromas of berries that add a delightful touch to this gin, almost reminiscent of the smell of strawberry candy.
- Palate: enveloping notes of juniper emerge, however, greatly softened by red fruits, dominated by strawberries and raspberries. soft, round and very sweet taste, this gin has an unabashedly feminine character.
PRODUCER: González Byass winery is one of the most famous producers of sherry in Spain. The origins date back to 1835, when Manuel María González Angel, gave birth to this activity that later the British actor Robert Blake Byass joined. The business was further expanded by the second generation of the Gonzalez family, including Críspulo Manuel Gonzalez and Soto. The Gonzalez family hired the exclusive control of the company in 1988 and produces up to Tio Pepe sherry.
COUNTRY: United Kingdom.
Production details: A Premium gin made with exotic herbs and berries. After a quadruple distillation, ensuring the smoothness and quality of gin, which is steeped in botany and in particular with red fruits that highlight both the nose is to the palate. Designed for women, it occurs in honor of the queen and her motto is: "God save the gin."
Gonzalez Byass was founded in 1835 when the young Manuel Maria Gonzalez Angel reached Jerez willing to take a place in the prosperous and thriving sherry business. Encouraged by the continuous development of exports, in the same year he acquired a small winery and started to produce and, finally, export sherry as well.More about the Producer