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Wild Snow Dog Cherry Edition | 1724 | Mint

1. Add mineral water ice and freeze the glass. Drain the water that has accumulated in the cup
2. Aromatize with 2 mint leaves
3. Add 5cl of Wild Cherry Snow Dog Edition
4. Add 20cl 1724

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Wild Snow Dog Cherry Edition | Fever Tree Mediterranean...

1. Add mineral water ice and freeze the glass. Drain the water that has accumulated in the cup
2. Aromatize with lemon zest and a Kirsch cherry in syrup
3. Add 5cl of Wild Cherry Snow Dog Edition
4. Add 20cl of Fever Tree Mediterranean

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Wild Snow Dog | Portugal

Origin Portugal
Alcoholic Volume 40º
Type Distilled Gin
Known Botanicals Almond, angelica root, cinnamon, cassia, coriander seed, kumquat, nutmeg, rose, lemon peel and juniper.

Brief Description
Serra da Estrela - the highest point in Portugal - is one of the few places where the juniper plant grows in its natural state. It is also the region where many liqueurs and spirits are produced. The combination between experience and source of wild juniper was the perfect setting for the development of a new Gin.
The primacy was naturally given to juniper but sweeter botanicals were added to the distillation in a more contemporary approach to Gin. Wild Snow Dog has spices such as cinnamon or cassia, the sweetness of the kumquat or the greasiness of the almond.
The result is a very pleasant Gin either on the nose or the mouth with the juniper coming first, soon followed by the warm touch of cinnamon and cassia and a citrus component less noted than in most London Dry.


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Gin Lovers Party - Gin Made in Portugal

The Gin Lovers February party will be called “Made in Portugal”. It will be a celebration of the Portuguese Gin with a selection of the best names including the brand new Friday Chic Gin, Adamus, Bolotta, Gina, Gold Grail, Mui, Nao, Wild Snow Dog and Wild Snow Dog Cherry Edition. A party without mandatory consumption and without guestlist, with license to dance, have fun and taste (of course). On the 26th of February, every sign leads to the Embaixada in Principe Real. What is a Gin Lovers Party? On the last Friday of each month since the Summer of 2014, Gin Lovers has dedicated one of its nights to one Gin brand. Beefeater, Bulldog, Blackwoods Gin Mare, G'Vine, Hendrick's, Tanqueray, No.3 London Dry, Seagram's, Wild Snow Dog and many other brands have been with us. And so it has been all last Fridays of the month. In 2016 we changed the format, but the goal remains the same. Absolute freedom, sharing flavors, meeting friends and endless Gin discovery. From 11pm to 2am, with free entry without mandatory consumption, without guestlist in the heart of Lisbon.

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Wild Snow Dog - Cherry Gin Edition

The Wild Snow Dog Cherry Gin comes out as the second edition of this premium Portuguese Gin. It is distilled with the wild juniper that grows in Serra da Estrela - the highest point in Portugal - and the cherry from Fundão and Gardunha - area of ​​cherry excellence in Portugal. After the Wild Snow Dog first edition - a Dry Gin - Licores de Serrano launches a fruity gin. Cherry from Fundão is the star and the main reference on the palate. It is then rounded by Malapio, an apple variety that grows in the region, a local tangerine and arbutus. The Wild Snow Dog Cherry Gin pays homage to the Beira Baixa region which contains the best juniper and cherry in Portugal. The wild dog from Serra da Estrela continues to be its image but now with the color of the fruit that fills its soul. The other botanicals are the angelica root, coriander seeds, tangerine, Malapio, cinnamon and liquorice. The alcohol volume has also risen from 40 to 42 because of the flavors distilled in it. Suggested serving: Fresh cherry or Kirsch, lemon Zest and the Tonic Fever-Tree Indian. Should we taste it?