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The world of gin is wide and varied. With all of the excellent members in this fine gamut of spirits, Sipsmith is a gorgeous expression of old-school gin at its best. With so many flavoured varieties on the market, this traditional gin is a breath of fresh air.
The gin draws its name from the Sipsmith Distillery in London, where it is distilled with care in copper pot stills. The beautiful bottle with its intricate label design is sure to draw attention wherever it is displayed. What is inside this bottle matters even more. The recipe is based on one found in a book from the 18th century, "The Art of Distilling." The 10 expertly selected botanicals are sourced from all over the globe and then handcrafted in small batches to create Sipsmith.
The final product is one that you will keep coming back to. A balanced combination of lemon, juniper, honey, and orange flavours all come through on the palate. This is the perfect gin to enjoy in a drink where the gin is the protagonist. It makes an exceptional gin and tonic, a wonderful martini, and is sure to hold its own wherever else you think to use it.
Description of Sipsmith
- Color: clear, crystal clear.
- Flavour: juniper essence is mitigated with floral and citrus notes.
- Taste: Fresh, dry, lingering taste of citrus.
COUNTRY: United Kingdom.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Gin, you know, is a distillate lends itself to many variations, consisting of botanists spice. London Dry Gin for the Sipsmith distillery, however, what matters is the purity, obtained only a slow and patient work. Founded in London in 1820, it has always produced its own gin by the method of "One Shot", a single shot. Almost friendly Definition of a procedure that differs from commonly used by other distilleries. Let's see what it is. From malted barley, an alcohol distilled in the ancient wisdom, an old still inseparable friend of every true distiller, such as copper, which is made helps remove impurities is obtained. The neutral distillate thus obtained is diluted with water fountain, to reduce the degree of alcohol of up to about 42%. At this point, they are added to 10 botanicals spice, cassia therebetween, iris root and chopped almonds Spanish infusion lasts 15 hours, after which the resulting mash is subjected to further distillation. The Sipsmith it is only produced in small batches. Ideal to taste pure or classic cocktails like the White Lady or Gin Tonic.