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Gin XII
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Gin XII

35,00

Gin XII benefits fully from the terroir and climate of Haute-Provence.

The herbs and berries that grow here give off particularly intense aromas, which make Gin XII unique.

To keep the predominance of juniper, the producers have chosen the plants that best complement and reveal the aromas of juniper berries. The final recipe of this gin retained 12 ingredients, hence the name: Gin XII.

In fine, Gin XII is characterized by its fresh, mentholated, flowery, somewhat spicy notes, as well as by its persistence in the mouth.

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Where does Gin XII come from?

The distillery, created in 1898, has been handling plants and spices for more than 120 years, and it is this know-how that has led to the very special taste of Gin XII.

How is this gin made?

Gin XII benefits fully from the terroir and climate of Haute-Provence.

The herbs and berries that grow here give off particularly intense aromas, which make Gin XII unique.

Gin XII is distilled by hand from 12 ingredients. His recipe is the result of a long research and reflection.

The choice of plants and spices that accompany the juniper, as well as the exact proportion of each ingredient, is the result of a simple idea: to obtain a dry gin with a rich and authentic taste.

Why is it so popular?

To keep the predominance of juniper, the producers have chosen the plants that best complement and reveal the aromas of juniper berries. The final recipe of this gin retained 12 ingredients, hence the name: Gin XII.

By tasting it you will have :

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Gin XII is characterized by its fresh, mentholated, flowery, somewhat spicy notes, as well as by its persistence in the mouth.

Bottle: 70cl

Alcohol: 42% Vol.

Additional information

Weight 1,49 kg
Degrée Alcool

42%

Marque

Distilleries de Provence

Country

France

Flavor

Floral, Spicy

Type of gin

Gin

Volume

70cl

Weight

1.49kg

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