MAGELLAN

MAGELLAN


Magellan gin of French origin, although I have to say, that as its name says and refers to Magellan comes from the Portuguese commander Fernando Magallanes who was inspired by his creation, he who went around the world in search of the island of spices, some of which are part of this exclusive gin. Made in the distillery Angeac Destillery belonging to the Maison Ferrand. The master distiller obtains a neutral alcohol of exceptional softness, with three distillations, the wheat of the Beauce valley of exceptional quality and the spring water from the best region of Cognac, is filtered completely naturally through the limestone and then it demineralizes naturally. After the third distillation, the juniper berries and 10 other botanicals are added. A fourth distillation in a small copper still with direct fire allows the master distiller to select the heart of the distillate. The final result is infused with the flowers and iris root that provide the final flavor and color. Very balanced body light. Spicy aromas and slightly citric, slightly spicy and with a slightly bitter aftertaste.
Graduation
44%
BOTANICAL
JUNIPER
CARDAMOM
NUTMEG
CASSIA
CINNAMON
LICORICE
CILANDRO
ORANGE CRUST
BLACK PEPPER
FLOWER AND ROOT OF IRIS
NAIL
FEATURED BOTANICAL
Malva flower
Malva is a genus of about 30 accepted species, of the more than 350 described and with a high number of specific taxa still unsolved, of herbaceous plants in the Malvaceae family. They are annual or perennial herbs occasionally woody based, with the stems erect or procumbent, glabrous or pubescent. The leaves, more or less long petiolate, are whole, crenate, closed or deeply palmately lobed with 5-7 lobes or occasionally palmatisectás, and with sessile or persistent stipules. The flowers are solitary or in axillary fascicles, sometimes gathered in terminal clusters. The epicaliz has 2-3 more or less free pieces, linear to lanceolate, shorter than the calyx that has five more or less welded sepals. The 5 petals of the corolla as long or longer than the sepals are usually lilac, pink or whitish, more or less streaked with darker lilac. The fruit is a discoid schizocarpus with mericarps in the form of tangerine segments, indehiscent, monosperm , smooth or rough, more or less ornamented dorsal and laterally and that turn brownish when mature. The Axian carpophore is short, conical discoid. The seeds, indehiscent and not inflated, are smooth and sometimes occasionally very finely punctuated or reticulated. The genus is found in the temperate, subtropical and tropical zones of Africa, Asia and Europe.

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