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FRENCH GIN

France is famous for its culinary prowess, wine, and cognac. The French people give their gin, similar treatment. Indeed, French gin is a great drink, either in a cocktail or its purest form since it has a distinctive taste that busts with flavour.

In most European countries, gin must have a juniper flavour. However, other botanicals can be added for an exotic taste. The standard ingredients besides juniper berries include coriander, cardamom, citrus peels, and cassia bark.

The French gin taste profiles include dry, malty, crisp, and whiskey-like taste. However, the drink is famous for its warm and calming effects. You can enjoy the distinct flavours in cocktails like Gin and Tonic, French 75, and Pink Gin.

Curious to try a French gin? Among the most popular styles is Citadelle, which is derived from a wheat spirit. The spicy and sweet drink contains 19 botanicals steeped into the spirit to create a fantastic taste. The distillation through copper over an open flame makes it supple. 

Alternatively, G'Vine Floraison is a refreshing floral gin from a green-grape flower with a distinctive aroma. Its divine fruity taste and smoothness are due to the grape-spirit base, the fragrant flowers, and nine botanicals.

Both Citadelle and G'Vine Floraison are excellent in making cocktails, and you can mix French gins with various juices or wine to twitch the flavour.

France is famous for its culinary prowess, wine, and cognac. The French people give their gin, similar treatment. Indeed, French gin is a great drink, either in a cocktail or its purest form since... read more »
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FRENCH GIN

France is famous for its culinary prowess, wine, and cognac. The French people give their gin, similar treatment. Indeed, French gin is a great drink, either in a cocktail or its purest form since it has a distinctive taste that busts with flavour.

In most European countries, gin must have a juniper flavour. However, other botanicals can be added for an exotic taste. The standard ingredients besides juniper berries include coriander, cardamom, citrus peels, and cassia bark.

The French gin taste profiles include dry, malty, crisp, and whiskey-like taste. However, the drink is famous for its warm and calming effects. You can enjoy the distinct flavours in cocktails like Gin and Tonic, French 75, and Pink Gin.

Curious to try a French gin? Among the most popular styles is Citadelle, which is derived from a wheat spirit. The spicy and sweet drink contains 19 botanicals steeped into the spirit to create a fantastic taste. The distillation through copper over an open flame makes it supple. 

Alternatively, G'Vine Floraison is a refreshing floral gin from a green-grape flower with a distinctive aroma. Its divine fruity taste and smoothness are due to the grape-spirit base, the fragrant flowers, and nine botanicals.

Both Citadelle and G'Vine Floraison are excellent in making cocktails, and you can mix French gins with various juices or wine to twitch the flavour.

 
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