Synonym of creativity and elegance, the bread and butter of barmen and mixologists, undisputed protagonist of cocktail parties and fundamental ingredient of famous and legendary drinks, this is the world of Gin: a distillate flavoured by infusion or maceration of juniper berries combined with spices and herbs, called botanicals. London Dry, Plymouth, Old Tom, Sloe, Jenever are not names of origin but some of the different styles it can take, depending on the recipe and production methods. Among its most famous admirers are politicians, royalty, film stars, writers and many others: it is said that Ernest Hemingway used to drink it for breakfast, not to mention James Bond and his "shaken, not stirred" Martini.
An ideal blending distillate developed by chef Marcello Trentini. It reveals a pure, clean and fresh body, accompanied by notes of juniper and balsamic echoes
Transparent spirit produced in London, which takes up the soul of the Soho district. Fresh, full-bodied and aromatic with notes of juniper, coriander, citrus and hints of grapefruit peel, angelica root and cassia
A unique Piedmontese distillate created to accompany red meat cuts. Ideal for blending or preparation, it has an intense and dry body, with notes of thyme, aromatic herbs and light floral nuances
The crystalline spirit, from Japan, with scented notes of juniper, cherry blossoms and orange, accompanied by a fresh and delicate palate
Fresh, citrusy and crystalline Japanese spirit. Produced from a shōchū base and distilled again with juniper, yuzu and local citrus, with hints of pine, lavender and matcha tea