Maison Christian Drouin continues to explore new combinations of flavors.
After the launch of Le Gin de Christian Douin in 2015, the only gin made from more than 30 varieties of cider apples and 7 herbs selected for their perfect combination with aromas of apple and juniper, Guillaume Drouin signs a new blend. dedicated to red fruits.
Carmina is made according to the same principles as the original version of Le Gin; each flavoring is macerated and redistilled separately in order to optimize the extraction of aromas. The distillates are then assembled before bottling. This time the bouquet is summery. It combines flowers and fruits with the use of raspberry, blackcurrant, elderflower, vanilla, lemon and orange in addition to juniper and varieties of cider apples from Normandy.
The Carmina Packaging retains the identity of Le Gin by Christian Drouin, but with a carmine red color code this time as a reminder of the aromatic dominance of this new particularly gourmet Gin with notes of raspberry and blackcurrant! Produced in a limited edition, only 8550 bottles are put on the market.
Tasting advice: To taste pure or in Gin and tonic, lemon slice and raspberry as a garnish.
The name Carmina of Latin origin means poems.
Alcohol: 42% Vol.