- Sweet Orange – the sweetness attenuates the astringency of the base of the gin and herbaceous giving a softer character;
- Green Tea – used to complement hemp and balance the sweetness of the Orange;
- Gengibre – gives a spicy touch (Spicyness) with a citrus and light aftertaste. Ginger is not as intense as in the Herbal version;
- Black Tea – it goes unnoticed by most palates. It acts as a binder for other botanists and makes them last in the mouth.
- On the nose: it presents an initial sweetness that, quickly, is complemented with the herbaceous of hemp and green tea, without being able to separate them. Once again, a more daring sniff is going to sting your nose, not to be confused with alcohol, it is the ginger to parade!
- In the mouth: the zippered and astringent base is less noticeable due to the evident sweetness of the orange, making the gin smoother. Herbaceous sensations are timider but are revealed in the latent flavour after ingesting the gin, leaving a faint herbaceous flavour at the time of inhaling and exhaling.
+ Produced and bottled in Portugal
+ Clear transparent colour
+ Limited series of 100 units and numbered
+ Alcohol Content: 43.0% Vol at 20 ºC
+ Capacity: 500 ml
+ Distillation equipment: Copper Still
+ Production method: London Dry
+ Type of Alcohol: Neutral Grain Spirit
+ Water Double filtered: inverse osmosis
+ Nutritional Value: 86 kcal by 30 ml serving