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Malfy Con Arancia (Blood Orange), 70cl Italian Gin With 41% Alcohol
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- Italian heritage - consumers associate Italian products with high quality, tradition and centuries of experience/know-how.
- Coloured Liquid - the orange liquid of MALFY CON ARANCIA - gives a stunning vibrancy on shelf - and stands out from the crowd. For the consumer, the orange liquid in the glass will create beautiful and delicious cocktails.
- Standout Packaging - frosted bottle - decorated with rings to represent orange peels.
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Malfy Con Arancia - Blood Orange, the distinctive dark flesh colour is due to the presence of anthocyanin's, a family of antioxidant pigments common to many flowers and fruit. The flesh develops its characteristic maroon colour when the fruit develops with low temperatures during the night. Blood oranges have a unique flavour profile compared to other oranges, being distinctly raspberry-like in addition to the usual citrus notes.
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Distilled and bottled by: Torino Distillati, Via Montegrappa 37, Moncalieri (TO), Italy.
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Malfy Con Arancia
Italy The Birthplace Of Gin
Monks on the Salerno coast in 11th-century Italy invented gin by combining locally foraged juniper, alcohol and other spices. Initially used for its medicinal purposes, the word Gin is derived from the Italian word for Juniper – Ginepro.
Malfy Con Arancia’s key botanical additions are Blood Orange peels sourced from Sicily. Blood Oranges are a prized variety in Sicily – and harvested in November – their rich red colour develops from the cool Mediterranean nights. The Blood Orange peels are steeped in alcohol and pressed in a basket press. The infusion is then blended with juniper and other botanicals before being distilled in a stainless steel vacuum still.
Botanicals and Tasting Notes
Malfy Gin Con Arancia is distilled with Italian Juniper, Sicilian Blood Oranges and Grapefruit peel, Amalfi Coast Lemon peel, Coriander, Cassia Bark, Orris Root, Angelica Root.
Colour: Deep ruby red.
Aroma: Orange blossom with a background of juniper.
Flavour: Rich bittersweet citrus, long finish – deliciously complex.
Malfy Con Arancia and Tonic
Mix a healthy measure of Malfy Con Arancia with your favourite tonic water in an ice-filled highball glass. Garnish with a fresh wedge of (Sicilian) orange.
La Bella Vista
Pour 2 parts Malfy Con Arancia over ice in a highball glass. Add 3 parts fresh grapefruit juice and a splash of soda. Stir and garnish with a fresh wedge of (Sicilian) orange.
Mix 4 parts Malfy Con Arancia with 1 part fresh lime juice. Add 1 dash of simple syrup, 1 dash of Angostura Bitters and 2 dashes of orange bitters. Serve over ice in a tumbler and garnish with a strip of (Sicilian) orange.
|Malfy Originale||Malfy Con Limone||Malfy Con Arancia||Malfy Gin Rosa|
|Variant||Malfy Originale is a classic dry style gin made with Italian juniper and five other botanicals and blended with Italy’s purest source of mineral water – from the nearby Monviso mountain spring.||Malfy Con Limone is distilled with Sfusato lemon peels from the Amalfi coast, classic Italian juniper and five other botanicals. In addition we use Italian coastal oranges and Sicilian grapefruits. This citrus forward gin is unlike any other.||Malfy Con Arancia is distilled using the peel of Sicilian blood oranges, Italian juniper and four other botanicals. Blood oranges are a prized variety in Sicily – and harvested in November – their rich and red colour develops from the cool Mediterranean nights.||Malfy Gin Rosa is distilled using the peel of Sicilian pink grapefruits, Italian juniper berries, rhubarb, and four other botanicals. Our sun-ripened Sicilian pink grapefruits are grown in citrus groves on the Mediterranean coast where the mountains greet the sea.|
|Botanicals||Juniper, Coriander, Cassia Bark, Angelica Root, Orris Root, Orange Peel, Grapefruit Peel, Lemon Peel from Amalfi. Blended with Pure Spring Water from Monviso Mountain.||Juniper, amalfI coast lemons, coriander, cassia bark, angelica root, orris root, orange peel, grapefruit peel.||Juniper, italian blood oranges, coriander, cassia bark, angelica root, orris root, lemon peel, grapefruit peel.||Juniper, sicilian pink grapefruit, italian rhubarb, coriander, cassia bark, angelica root, orris root, orange peel, lemon peel.|
|Cocktails||Classics – Gin Tonico, Martini, Negroni, Gimlet, Singapore Sling.||Citrus Forward Cocktails – Gin Tonic, Tuscan Lemonade, White Negroni, Martini.||Perfect with tonic, soda, mixed with a splash of vermouth – and always served with a slice of orange.||Perfect with tonic, soda, or with a citrus mixer – and always served with a slice of grapefruit.|
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Look elsewhere if you want a connoisseurs view (sorry) but for joe/joanne public, buying this for themselves or as a gift I'd say it's a pretty good bet!!
I love gin and am a regular drinker. Having tried many orange gins, I thought I'd give it a try. It was a disappointment. It has an overpowering aftertaste that is really off-putting. Adding a sugar tonic helps a little but really isn't worth it. Not a pleasant experience.
My favourite is Tanqueray Seville gin with Whitley Neil Blood Orange a second.