Larios Rose Gin
Larios’ world-famous reputation actually dates back to 1866, when Charles Lamothe, the French wine entrepreneur, and his Spanish associate, Fernando Jiménez, founded the Jiménez Lamothe company. Their distilleries in Malaga and Manzanares pioneered the spirits field in Spain.
In 1916, the third marquis, José Aurelio Larios, who provided the financial backing to Jiménez and Lamothe, purchased the company and changed the name to Larios & Cía.
Larios 12 botanicals Gin is made using 12 botanicals which are distilled five times. Botanicals include wild juniper, nutmeg, angelica root, coriander, Mediterranean lemon, orange, tangerine, mandarin, clementine, grapefruit, lime and orange blossom.
Tangy, aromatic nose with huge citrus notes, floral and black tea leaves. Lots of citrus zest in all forms, as well as blossom, potpourri and cardamom on the palate. Citrusy finish.
Volume: 1L ABV: 40%