This tasting bundle is an ideal gift, for yourself or a loved one.
The bundle includes a fine selection of masterly gins and tonics. Temporarily offered at a very taste price. Enjoy!
The coolest bird among gins. And rightly so. Hendrick's gin, bottled in pharmacy bottles, is immensely popular. Adding the obligatory slice of cucumber is a nice gimmick. However, there is a good reason. Hendrick's Gin can not be be described as a typical gin, despite its classic ingredients, such as juniper, angelica, coriander and orange peel. The gin is invariably flavoured with Bulgarian rose or pieces of cucumber. The result is a unique and rich taste. A fresh cocktail that brings the classic London dry gin recipe to a higher level.
Monkey Dry Gin
Great gin. And it won't cost you a monkey. Whether it is mixed with tonic water or used as a gin cocktail, Monkey 47 can be a solid base for both classic as wel as more eccentric cocktails. Monkey Dry gin gets its whimsical character from a combination of traditional British recipes and various Indian condiments. Founder Montgomery Collins brought the best of the two cultures together in the 60s. The 47 in the name tells you a lot. Monkey Dry gin contains 47% alcohol and 47 hand-picked ingredients. It has a strong juniper taste and contains subtle tones of citrus. Its aroma is rather floral, interspersed with the subtle aroma of cranberries and black pepper. Small detail, the distillery is located in the Black Forest. True purists argue that the pure spring water is a requirement for fixing the taste, but we'll let you decide on that matter.
Thomas Henry Tonic (3x)
Top quality mixer. Thomas Henry pedigree. Thomas Henry was a great chemist in the 18th century in Manchester. He co-created the first carbonated soft drink: the tonic. Fifty years before Jacop Schweppe! The eponymous German beverage company specializes in finding ideal mixers for several popular cocktails. Many bartenders swear by the brand and Thomas Henry is regarded as one of the top brands in the non-alcoholic beverage world. This tonic has a gentle nature and will only strengthen the gin. It finds a good balance between bitterness and citrus, and is also quite bubbly. Thomas Henry Tonic is neutrally present, without supplanting the intense aromas and flavours of the gin. In other words, the ideal mixer. Besides gin tonic, this tonic also mixes well with vodka.
1724 Tonic (3x)
Luxurious tonic, with ripe ingredients from the Inca Trail. The Argentine 1724 Tonic Water is made with spring water from Patagonia and quinine from Peru. Picked on a height of - you've guessed it - 1.724 meter. This is a luxurious tonic with a distinctive character and at the same time a very delicate flavour. The nose is unique and offers an incredible variety: ripe oranges, kumquats and grapefruit. This is a tonic to savour. If you use it as a mixer, combine it only with top gins.
Indi Tonic (3x)
Spanish luxury with a touch of India. Indi is a luxurious Spanish tonic made from distilled kalonji, kewra flower, Indian cardemom, and orange peel from Seville. Nose full of intense citrus and a hint of Seville orange peel, in perfect harmony with the aromatic notes of cardamom and the freshness of the kewra flower. The taste is naturally sweet, with distinct tones of kalonji.