With Blue Gin you get the chance to taste purity at its finest
A lot of thought goes into the production of Blue Gin. First, the finest botanicals are sourced from all around the world. A total of 27 botanicals go into every bottle of the gin, complementing the classic juniper. Only fresh juniper berries which meet the distiller?s high standards are used to make this spirit. Spices, such as lemon rind, cilantro seed, angelica root, turmeric, and liquorice are included in the recipe. The botanicals are sourced from exotic countries, such as Egypt, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Turkey, and fresh herbs are used whenever possible, ensuring Blue Gin is made from only the best ingredients.
The mixture is then distilled in small copper pots, gently bringing the spirit to 40% alcohol volume. This method is ideal for the gin as there is no over-heating. Austrian wheat is added and the second round of distillation takes place, creating a spirit with 84% alcohol volume. The aromas are extracted and conserved in the finest grain alcohol and the mixture rests for 2 or 3 days before the third round of distillation begins. The unstable aromas and alcohol are concentrated, creating a gin of high alcoholic content.
The water used to make Blue Gin is something quite special. Found in the Mühlviertel, an alpine area of Upper Austria, the spring water is unpolluted and mild, due to its levels of calcium and sodium. The water also contains very few inorganic minerals, making it ideal for Blue Gin. The softness of the water enhances the spirit?s flavour and is gradually added to bring Blue Gin?s alcohol volume down to a drinkable 43%. Now the gin is ready to be bottled and dispatched.
Why should you give Blue Gin a chance?
Blue Gin is a small batch spirit, meaning only a limited number of bottles are produced at any one time. It is therefore an exclusive gin and can be hard to come by. Blue Gin is also handcrafted so a lot of time and effort goes into every bottle. This isn?t some cheap, mass-produced gin; this is a perfect example of how good Austrian spirit can be. Known for producing exceptional schnapps, the Austrians know a thing or two about spirit production. This gin is therefore of Austrian quality and is something a little bit different.
If you?re looking for a little treat after a long day at work, try this gin in a Cosmopolitan. Shake together 40ml Blue Gin, 15ml Passoa, 40ml cranberry juice, and 10ml fresh lime juice and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with orange peel and enjoy. Looking for something more savoury? Try a Bloody Mary. Pour 50ml Blue Gin, 150ml tomato juice, and 10ml lemon juice into a glass with ice. Season with tabasco, salt and black pepper, and garnish with a stick of celery.
So if you?re looking for a premium gin which is soft with a delicious taste, why not purchase a bottle of this gin today from the Urban Drinks online shop? Whether you?re planning a party or you just want a little treat waiting for you after work; purchase Blue Gin today from the Urban Drinks online shop.