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A real taste explosion of natural aromas in the nose and on the palate. An essence of the best ingredients with a grandiose finish on the palate. With the Tirolikum Overproof 57% vol. the gin distillers Peter and Thomas Kronbichler set new standards: The water for the gin overproof is fetched from a mountain spring on the picturesque Walchsee/Tyrol on a full moon, and the gin distillers deliberately do without filtration. Due to the high content of juniper berry and citrus essential oils, the overproof becomes cloudy when mixed. This is how he shows his true strength. Sensory: Scent: A masterful, very typical gin concept, clear juniper berry base with multi-faceted fresh top notes, lots of citrus, orange peel, tangerine, lemon verbena, cinnamon, clove, ginger, somewhat apple-like, thyme, coriander, cardamom, dill, roses , lavender, violet, green-mossy accents, forest floor, peppermint. Taste: Powerful on the palate, very complex and multi-layered, intense juniper aromas with lots of freshness and botanicals, slightly coniferous-resinous, orange peel, lemongrass, thyme, coriander, rooty, ginger, gentian, floral accents, lavender, violets, roses, great alcohol sweetness, compact body, dense, harmonious, explosive long finish, great composition. (World Spirits Award & Spirits of the Year 2022) What does overproof mean? From 57% vol. a gin is called an overproof. Gin was popular with soldiers in the British Navy as early as the 17th century and was a staple that made soldiers braver in times of war. The term "overproof" derives from the "trial by fire" with which the early seafarers tested the strength of a gin: they poured this gin over black powder and then set the whole thing on fire - if the mixture burned with a blue flame, it was "tested". " - hence: "proof". This is from an alcohol content of 57% vol. the case Translated by Google

Product Details

EU Classification:  
Commonly Used:  Navy Strength Gin

Country of Origin: Austria

Company: Gin- & Schnapsbrennerei Thomas und Peter Kronbichler im Tirolerladen

Distiller: Gin- & Schnapsbrennerei Thomas und Peter Kronbichler im Tirolerladen

Alcohol Percentage: 57.0%

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