Elg n1


Undoubtedly this year I can say that it is a year, in which I have learned many things about gin. Yes, it is true that there are more and more brands of gin, which I am happy, because it gives me the opportunity to continue to learn more interesting things, not from gin itself, but from the distilleries, from the processes, from the new botanists employed ect .. And that’s what we’re going to talk about today, since it’s very fashionable to throw in gins all kinds of botanists, that seems to be, that the more the better. Because of the gin that touches us today only takes three, if three and the truth is that to carry only three is really very good. But it is my humble opinion. It is a cutting gin classic. Its predominant taste is juniper. It is a Danish gin, although in reality, it is the n1 of four, which has been produced by its master distiller Henrik Elser. It is produced at Stone Grange Craft Distillery, which is located in beautiful surroundings of Lake Esrom north of Copenhagen. The three botanicals are extracted in the pure spirit of wheat and distilled separately using an advanced method of distillation in column that provides, not only the purity, unique elegance in the distillate, but also also allows to obtain the same taste and aroma in each batch regardless of the fluctuations of the content of flavors in raw botanicals from year to year. Elg is produced in batches of 1250 bottles, which are labeled with batch and bottle number and signed by the master distiller.
Herbaceous and earthy notes. Aromas of tangerine, pepper and lemongrass, when you take it leaves a touch of ginger and pepper. The earthy finish, in my opinion a gin to keep in mind. I personally liked it a lot.
Featured botanist
The passion fruit is a climbing plant of the genus Passiflora.The passionflower is a climbing vine, it can reach up to 9 meters in favorable climatic conditions.Although its life span is not very long, it does not exceed the decade. Its stem is rigid and woody; It presents alternate leaves of large size, perennial, smooth and dark green color. One same plant can present non-lobed leaves when it begins to develop and then trilobed leaves, due to a phenomenon of foliar heterophily. Roots, as is usual in climbers They are superficial. The flower is presented individually, it can reach 5 centimeters in diameter in wild varieties, and even twice in those selected for their ornamental value. It is normally white, with pink tints and other species have colors ranging from intense red to pale blue. The fruit of the pasonaria is an oval or round berry, between 4 and 10 centimeters in diameter, fibrous and juicy, covered with a thick shell, zeros, delicate is inedible. The pulp has a lot of little seeds. The color presents great differences between varieties; The most frequent in the countries of the countries of origin is yellow, obtained from the variety P.edulis f.Flavio arpa but, for its superior visual appeal, it is exported to the European and North American markets the fruit of P.edulis f .edulis, red to intense orange or purple. It is a variety is known as gulupa in Colombia. It is of aphrodisiac use. It is native to the warm regions of Central and South America. It is cultivated commercially in most of the tropical and subtropical areas of the globe, among other countries: Colombia, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico ect.
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