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TAG: Bitter orange peel
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Martin Miller's | England

Origin England
Alcoholic Volume 40º
Type Distilled Gin
Known Botanicals Licorice, angelica root, cassia, coriander seed, iris root, cucumber and bitter orange, lemon and lime peels, juniper.

Brief Description
Sir Martin Miller was disappointed with the way the British national drink - Gin - was going. Therefore, he decided to produce his own version which became one of the most emblematic Drys on the market. He only needed time to tune the distillation process where most botanicals are separated from the citrus to better maintain their character and find the water to do justice to the spirit obtained. The water for dillution comes from Iceland where Sir Martin Miller thought he found the most pure and soft water on the planet. Martin Millers has a well pronounced juniper aroma, accompanied by citrus notes (fresher than in most Gins, as a result of the distillation method used) and a rich, spicy and lasting palate without losing its lightness and elegance. A Gin made with love, obsession and a dose of madness makes it elegant for a gin and tonic and its flavor will endure beyond other ingredients on a cocktail.

Others Versions Martin Miller's Westbourne | Martin Miller’s 9 Moons

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Master's | Spain

Origin Spain
Alcoholic Volume 40º
Type Distilled Gin
Known Botanicals Cardamom, coriander seed, bitter orange peel, sweet orange and lemon and juniper.

Brief Description
From Distillery MG - with centuries of distillation history - was born Master's Dry Gin. This is a traditional London Dry with some variations in the production process.
Master's is the result of three distillations. On the first, cardamom, coriander and juniper are distilled cold. On the second, there are three different macerations with citrus - sweet orange, bitter lemon and orange, which rest more than one year. The spirits obtained from the two first distillations are then combined and distilled one last time.
The Master's assumes itself as a gin where the botanicals appear immediately and the juniper comes in a secondary role.
On the nose, the alcohol is dominant ponctuated by the juniper and reminding pine. In the mouth, Master's is a direct Gin with little complexity and where the citrus shine. The end is sweet but slightly extended.