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Seagram's Gin has been around since 1939. Proud to be an American-made gin, Seagram's Gin was founded by Samuel Bronfman under the core values of integrity, craftsmanship, and tradition. This focus on quality is what has allowed Seagram's Gin to continue on its trajectory of quality since creation. It is no surprise that Seagram's Gin has been a constant in American cocktails since 1939.
Juniper berries, sweet and bitter orange, coriander, and angelica root are some of the specially-chosen botanicals that make Seagram's Gin one of America's favourite gins. Grain spirits are added to these aromatics before distillation. This distillation is done at a low temperature so as to ensure the aromas of the botanicals remain intact.
Known for its beautifully engraved bottle and smoothness on the palate, the recipe for Seagram's Gin is versatile enough to be used with any mixer and complex enough for even the more demanding gin drinkers. Seagram's Gin can dress itself up for an event or keep it casual for everyday drinking. It can be taken neat, with water, or in cocktails. The sheer versatility of uses for Seagram's Gin is one of its best selling points. It makes an excellent gin and tonic or an equally delicious martini.
Description of Seagram's Gin
- Colour: Seagram's Gin is a transparent spirit.
- Aroma: Smooth aromas. Notes of citrus fruit, with a strong presence of angelica, juniper and pine; sweet notes of fresh orange, candy and candied orange.
- Taste: The palate is strong with juniper and candied orange being dominant. The finish is spicy cinnamon and cider driven with a notable heat. The finish is predominantly a bit warm with spicy cider and orange tea flavours.
PRODUCER: Seagram's Gin
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Seagram's is distilled at a low temperature to preserve the rich aromas of the plants. What gives Seagram's its unique flavour is a selection of the finest natural grain spirits and a group of exotic botanicals such as: angelica, cardamom, cassis, coriander, juniper, and orange. Seagram's Gin can be enjoyed neat, mix or in cocktails. It shows up in more sophisticated martinis as well as in a casual mix of tonic, juice or soda.
In the 1990s, Seagram's was the largest owner of alcoholic beverage lines in the world. Born in Canada, the business then moved to the United States, where it became famous for the entrepreneurial courage of its owners, the Bronfman family. Today, part of the former company is owned by the French group Pernod Ricard.More about the Winery