The Bluecoat American Dry Gin is produced in Philadelphia in the USA. He has a strong character and is versatile. Not only is it made using traditional methods - this gin also has historical components in the history of its origins. The drink is supposed to be a reminder of the American Revolutionary War. The name Bluecoat refers to the uniform of the Territorial Army that fought for the fatherland at that time.
That is why the Bluecoat American Dry Gin also comes in a bright blue bottle, which is a nice souvenir even after drinking it.
The Bluecoat American Dry Gin gets its taste from a fivefold distillation in a hand-hammered copper still. This manufacturing process is particularly gentle and ensures that all botanicals are preserved in their naturalness.
The temperament of bitter grapefruit paired with fresh lemon reveals itself on the nose. Pine needles, pepper and liquorice can be felt in the background. On the palate, the orange dominates, which ensures a lot of freshness and liveliness. Here, too, the fruity aroma is accompanied by pine needles and fir branches. In the finish, the Bluecoat American Dry Gin has a surprise in store. While the orange still dominates, fresh mint strikes a decisive blow, so to speak, and causes a taste explosion on the tongue. Thus, the American gin conquered the hearts of all spirits lovers on its triumphal march.
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