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Xoriguer Gin 70 cl
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- High quality wine alcohol and carefully selected juniper berries
- Distillation in traditional copper stills
- An expert tastes the liquid at intervals
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Gin Xoriguer ceased to be merely a local curiosity and became a product with an ever widening reach, opening the way in the market with its quality and attractive bottling. It is the result of distillation in traditional copper stills, using high quality wine alcohol and carefully selected juniper berries, which come from the neighbouring Mediterranean mountains, together with aromatic herbs. These herbs are the jealousy guarded "secret" of the liquor's original bouquet. Only the heirs of family know the identity and proportion of this valuable ingredient, which is added behind closed doors and without witnesses, at the start of each distilling. The respect for tradition is such that the fuel still used today in the distillation is wood. The distillation begins when the vapours which are produced in the still's boiler circulate through copper pipes until they reach a coil, where they condense, forming a precious liquid that drips into jars. An expert tastes the liquid at intervals to determine the pecise moment when the distillation is complete. Once this is accomplished the gin is stored in large oak barrels, where it retains unchanging its colour, flavour and aroma, until finally it is bottled.
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I know there are a lot of gin snobs around these days, and I have no idea how this fits into their world, but as a something different, this gets top marks. Apparently it's to do with using fermented grape juice not grain. Whatever. (I prefer malt whisky myself).
Buying imported gin isn't cheap, but once you've tried Xoriguer of Mahon, other gins just aren't the same...
Surprisingly difficult to get hold of in the UK at a reasonable price considering it cost peanuts in Majorca.
Nevertheless, the first sip transported me back to a fab taverna next to the sea.
Any Gin Bar without this values pretentiousness over taste. Buy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful - so good it should be drunk without bitters. Excellent with Fevertree's tonic - and a dash of ice - no lemon ior liem is needed.Published 1 month ago by Josephine
Recommended by a friend who has been exploring the world of Gin. Just goes to show we are all different. Read morePublished 1 month ago by P. D. Stevenson
Present for my wife, who loves this. Very full flavored and excellent in a G&T on a hot summers day (If we get any this year :) )Published 3 months ago by mark anthony
Great stuff, mix with Kaz Citron or bitter lemon for a very nice drink.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well packaged. Bought for a gift. Recipient is delighted.Published 5 months ago by queen of flippin' everything
Nice gin but not worth the money. Apparently can be bought in Spain for £8-9.Published 6 months ago by Tricky Dicky