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Martin Miller's Rating:3

Visited: 1889

Imagen Martin Miller's

Family:Gin
Brand:Martin Miller's

History

What would happen if time, money and effort would not be an obstacle to creating a unique gin in the world? That was the dream of Mr.  Martin Miller, an obsession that can only be conceived from the love of the highest quality gin. In 1998, Martin Miller's was distilled for the first time, who had spoken of madness became known Ginspiration.


Description

The Martin Miller's soul resides in each of the botanicals carefully selected for its process. The distillation is done in a unique still in the world, handmade in 1903 by John Dore & Co., that we called "Ángela". After the distillation and looking for perfection, Martin Miller's takes a boat trip of almost 5000 km to Iceland, to mix it with the purest water in the Arctic. The process takes place in a small town on the West coast of Iceland, where there is aunique glacial water in the world that gives Martin Miller's purity and softness that characterizes it. The secret is in the water.


Tasting notes
  • To the sight: transparency, clarity and purity.
  • To the nose: has a soft scent of lemon peel, topped with a striking floral notes.
  • To the palate: is elegant with a lovely citrus flavor. Stresses its dry fruitiness and subtle hints of juniper and pepper.
  • The end is smooth, long and with soft citrus with a delicate aftertaste.

Observations

Tips

  • Cold. In order not to dilute it, keep the gin and tonic chilled and use fresh ice from the freezer.
  • The glass. Balloon type helps to appreciate the citrus and floral aromas of Martin Miller's.
  • Perfume. The peel of the lime hides all its aroma and is less sweet than lemon. Do not use the pulp because it neutralizes the bubbles.
  • Carbonic. The bubbles highlight the nuances of Martin Miller's. Add gently the tonic keeping the gas, if possible using a twisted spoon.

Source: Zadibe
Product Website: Martin Miller's


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