Gin Lovers Party - Gins of Europe
And what is your favorite Gin after all? French, German, Spanish, Breton? This month Gin Lovers Party gives you the possibility to choose or discover the source of your favorite Gin. Four European countries gather together in Embaixada for the first time and resolve once and for all their ancestral quarrels. G'Vine and Citadelle from France. Monkey 47 and Gin Sul (which has a Portuguese blood) from Germany. Gin Mare and Nordés from Spain. Hendrick's and Tanqueray Ten from the UK. There are eight heavyweights, which one will be your choice? On the Good Friday night, all roads lead to Principe Real's new Europe. No mandatory consumption without guest-list, with license to dance, have fun and taste (of course). Mark your presence at the event https://www.facebook.com/events/942706265850107/ 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.
Gin Sul New Edition - Southern Cross
It was on the 10th of June, 2015 that Lisbon received four Moscatel de Setubal oak barrels full of Gin - the brand Gin Sul was born. In the beginning of 2016 the new limited version of Gin Sul is released - Southern Cross - with 2000 manually numbered bottles. With 46% alcohol, the gin is macerated with orange peel. An opportunity for Gin lovers to taste a limited edition of the Gin Sul that soon will arrive to the market. The name Southern Cross comes from the Portuguese discoveries as it was the point of orientation to the Southern hemisphere. The inspiration also comes from the Portuguese idea of making the wine travel to Brazil to deepen its flavor. The artist Tobias Tietchen illustrated this limited edition that promises to follow the success that was its predecessor, the "Ruby South". The image shows a traveller with a beret with rockrose and an astrolabe, surrounded by juniper and muscat grapes. A symbolism that makes no one indifferent.