Gin Sea

Gin Sea (Gin)

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The final process of distillation of the Gin Sea, which has its roots in Galicia, takes place in one of the oldest European copper stills, a distiller of the year 1890. It was developed by the Chef Manuel Barrientos, creator and founder of "El Cielo" restaurant. He combined first-rate English grain with ten botanicals (juniper berries, cardamom, coriander, thyme, bitter chamomile, liquorice, peppermint, lemon, sweet orange and bitter orange) to achieve this intense and complex gin.

Technical sheet · Gin Sea

Category:Gin (Spirits)
Producer: Gin Sea
Volume: 70cl Other volumes
Alcohol Vol.: 40%
Country: Spain
Number Of Distillations: 5 Distillation

Description · Gin Sea

Gin Sea

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: The botanical feature that presents Gin Sea is based on the balance of 10 previously and rigorously selected elements: Juniper berries, cardamom, coriander, licorice, thyme, wild mint, bitter chamomile, lemon rind, bark of sweet orange and the special touch of bitter orange peel.
  • Smell: Blunt nose with notes of juniper.
  • Taste: Dry taste in the mouth, offering a long finish.

PRODUCER: Gin Sea

COUNTRY: Spain

DETAILS OF DEVELOPMENT: It is produced with grain alcohol carrying out 5 distillations.

ALCOHOL CONTENT: 40% Vol.

Gin Sea

GIN SEA: Gin comes from the north. Manuel Barrientos, Dumbría (Costa da Morte), A Coruña. Over 15 years of experience as a sommelier in high-class restaurants in Galicia and Brand Ambassador of reference marks in the sector of premium spirits. Manuel Barrientos is the owner and creator of GIN...

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Passione Vino

Posted on at 03.44

4/5

Gin Sea

Alcohol: 40
Contents: 0, 7 l

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Emma Snazell

Posted on at 11.24

4.5 /5

delicious gin citrusy I think grapefruit notes
Sally-jane Brown

Posted on at 10.08

5 /5

This is beautiful. First tried at the Old Bell gin emporium.
Tony Cozijns

Posted on at 09.11

4.5 /5

tasty Mediterranean gin
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