Diplôme

Diplôme

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R 380

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750 ml (Standard)


Type:

Gin

Country:

France

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Specifications:

44.00% alc vol
Region: Dijon, Burgundy

Description:

Using traditional processes Diplôme Dry Gin is made from a selection of the finest natural botanicals. Amongst these, genever berries, coriander, whole lemons, orange peel, angelica, safran, iris root as well as fennel seed. All botanicals are sourced in Europe and Morocco.

Angelica
Angelica

Coriander
Coriander

Orange Peel
Orange Peel

Lemon
Lemon

After macerating in pure beetroot alcohol, the aromas are slowly distilled inside of a small Pot Still called « à bain marie ». This method gives Diplôme Dry Gin its fully round, rich taste, while keeping great freshness. Exceptionally smooth Diplôme Dry Gin is a gem for Gin connoisseur.

The nose of Diplôme Dry Gin is a marvellous bouquet of blossoming cherry trees, cloves and the delicate expression of juniper and coriander seeds.

Each sip reveals an even greater complex and perfumed taste layered with zesty grapefruit, delicate nutty oils and a delightful infusion of lavender.

Its velvety texture is enlivened with rich exotic spices, dark chocolate and leads the way to a great earthy and lengthy finish.

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