Gin del Professore Monsieur

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Gin Monsieur is completely different to any other gin on the market, with intense notes of juniper and an incredible, highly spiced, aromatic profile Main botanicals: Juniper, lavender, Orange, angelica, zedoària, rose, Chamomile, cinnamon and vanilla.
Description

Del Professore's first two types of Gin del Professore, are the Monsieur, with a more classic gin profile of juniper and citrus, and the Madame, with an extra layer of sweeter spiced aromas of cinnamon, vanilla and wild rose. Both products are imported by Astrum and represent the rediscovery of a lost style of gin production. Retracing the same techniques they use for their vermouth, the creation of the gin starts with blending a juniper distillate into an infusion of herbs and spices with the aim of obtaining a deep complexity of aromas. Neither gins are industrially filtered and therefore they maintain their original amber colour gained from the spice infusion.

The Gin Monsieur uses a distillate of wild juniper which is then mixed with a cold infusion of other herbs and spices, citrus peel and a secret ingredient. After the infusion, the gin is filtered extremely delicately in order not to lose any of the intense aromas gained from natural infusion.

Tasting notes

The result is unique and the Gin Monsieur is completely different to any other gin on the market, with intense notes of juniper and an incredible, highly spiced, aromatic profile with notes of cardamom, lavander, camomile and orange. There is a lovely natural sweetness present from the infusion of sweet spices like cinnamon and vanilla which give the gin a delicious softness and round mouthfeel.
Serving suggestion: These gins will be unlike anything you’ve tasted before. Despite their unusual characteristics, they are highly versatile and Del Professore have managed to incorporate them into many classic cocktail recipes from Martinez to Fino Negroni and Gin Sours with unique and very interesting results. It is particularly remarkable that the gins can be consumed neat, like a whisky or cognac, and thus opens the possibility of a new category of gin: ‘sipping gin’.