With its nine herbs all picked in the Piedmontese Alps and in the countryside near Turin, BUGIN is an ideal gin to be paired with cuts of meat: it’s the first and only one to be botanically created for that.
Juniper, Genepi, Arquebuse, Artemisia, Thyme, Achillea millefolium, Angelica, Tanacetum and Curcuma Zedoaria, all picked in Mauro’s garden in the Piedmontese countryside and Alps. They are the herbs that make the BUGIN intense on the nose, balsamic, aromatic, slightly fruity and dry on the palate. The most persistent perfume is that of thyme, which enriches the distillate with its digestive, anti-inflammatory and anti-fatigue properties.
Used in mixing cocktails, BUGIN is perfect for food pairing. It can be used for both marinating and cooking. If put to the test, it knows how to make special meat dishes such as arrosto (roast) or tagliata (sliced steak).
The mix between food and mixology finds its fulfillment in BUGIN gin cured meats.