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Elephant Gin Strength

There’s a new version of Elephant Gin on the market. After their Dry, with 45% vol. alcohol and their Sloe Gin with 35%, now comes Elephant Gin Strength with 57%.
Elephant Gin Strength maintains the aromatic framework of the regular version but it is heightened with the greater pungency of the higher level of alcohol. The botanicals from Africa, like Buchu, Baobab, Motherwort and Devil’s Claw, give this Gin a less than usual aroma.
It’s the herbal and resinous notes that dominate the bouquet, the Motherwort and Devil’s Claw appearing most readily, but also Pine Needles, harvested in Austria, another of the botanicals used in the production of Elephant Gin Strength. The fresh aroma of Green Apple is also very present.
In the mouth it is extremely smooth and easily disguises its high alcohol content, which functions only as a background to the palette of aromas, which thus appear richer and deeper.

What are the World’s Best Gins in 2016?

Get to know all the World Gin Awards winners - one of the world's most prestigious awards - created by website.
In 2016, the British Gin Martin Miller's in its Westbourne version, was awarded as the best in the world, at the ceremony held on the 17th March. After Gilpin's Westmorland in 2014 and Old English in 2015, it was now the time of the British Gin Martin Miller's to get one of the most prestigious awards in the world of drinks.
In the best London Dry category, British Costwolds Dry, Austrian JA Baczewski Dry, Finnish Helsinki Dry and Irish Dingle Original Pot Still were the winners.
For best compund Gin of 2016, the selected Gins were the Belgian Biercée Thesis & Antithesis, German Elephant Gin London Dry, Irish Exiles Irish, Spanish Gin Mare, Swedish Spirit of Hven Backafallsbyn Organic, Swiss nginious! Summer and American True Born.
In this category we highlight the Gin Mare, one of the premium Gins you can drink in Gin Lovers, Principe Real. According to website, the Spanish Gin has “a fresh, alpine nose with hints of sweet cardamom. On the palate this Gin is dry and woody with plenty of spice and gentle, sweet highlights. The finish is dry and slightly saline.”
At the World Drinks Awards 2016, the German Gins Penninger Granit Bavarian and British Arbikie Highland Estate Kirsty won best traditional Gins.
Lastly, Professor Cornelius Ampleforth Bathtub was the only Gin elected as the World’s best cask Gin.