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Van Gogh Gin Rating:3

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Imagen Van Gogh Gin

Family:Gin
Brand:Van Gogh

History

Introduced in 1999, the artfully crafted Van Gogh Gin brilliantly blends together ten inviting botanicals to create an exceedingly smooth and complex gin.


Description

These ingredients, coriander and licorice from the Middle East, angelica and juniper berries from the Netherlands, grains of paradise from West Africa, almonds from Spain, lemons from the United States, cassia bark from India, orris from southern Europe and cubeb berries from Indonesia, are then individually distilled in small pot stills and meticulously blended together with Van Gogh’s triple distilled grain alcohol.


Observations

Recognized with a rating of 5 stars (the highest rating) and as "Liquor of the Year" by the Spirit Journal. The production of a Van Gogh Gin bottle passes through 5 countries. The bottle is made in Germany, recorded in France, screenprinted in Belgium and the cork is from Portugal. The distillation and bottling is done in the Netherlands (the bands are 18 carat gold).
Notes From Tim Vos, Master Distiller: “The result is a sophisticated blend that has lovely subtle but pure flavors that come together gracefully. On the nose, it has a noticeable aroma of citrus tempered by a suggestion of licorice. In the mouth, the cassia bark and licorice mingle together brilliantly for a wonderful taste experience. Van Gogh Gin finishes very smooth with nuances of lemon and almond.”

Source: Line Point
Product Website: Van Gogh Vodka


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