Where does Amazzoni Rio Negro gin come from?
Arturo Isola, an Italian architect living in Rio de Janeiro, and Alexandre Mazza, a Brazilian artist, met through their passion for gin. After founding the Os Ginasticos association that meets monthly to enjoy gin-based cocktails, they decided to create Brazil’s first artisanal gin distillery in 2015 in the premises of an old 17th century coffee farm. The fazenda is the emblematic place of Amazzoni. It is located in Porto Real between Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.
How is this gin made?
Elaborated in Brazil’s first copper still
London Dry Artisanal Gin, recipe developed with the help of mixologist Tato Giovannoni
100% natural plants
That’s why it’s so appreciated!
Amazzoni supports ethnic groups in the Amazon rainforest by giving them a percentage of Rio Negro’s sales.
Zero waste and 100% sustainable production.
Alcohol: 51% Vol.