Perfume Trees Gin
Imagine tasting Perfume Trees Gin while strolling down the old streets of Hong Kong. Here you will experience a smell and taste experience through the city, where you will see, among other things, the old temples, teahouses, local Chinese medicine shops and all the local history & culture that the city has to offer . Here you will also find the perfume trees, which are one of the main ingredients in Perfume Trees Gin, which give the gin its unique taste and scent. All these sensory impressions together will make you almost feel like you are present in Hong Kong.
Thirteen botanicals have been used in the gin, five of which are local botanicals, which are either locally grown or sourced. Each one tells its own story of Hong Kong, including White Champaca (Perfume Wood), Sandalwood, Long Jing Green Tea, 15-year-old Mandarin Peel and Chinese Angelica.
Tasting notes: Floral and warm herbs in the scent, with a hint of sandalwood and the white perfume flowers. The taste is a traditional gin base flavored with local botanicals. It is especially the clementine peels that are prominent, but also the notes from the sandalwood and the green tea creep in the aftertaste A very floral gin
Botanicals : White temple flowers (known as Perfume flowers), sandalwood, 15-year-old clementine peels, Long Jing green tea, Chinese angelica root, licorice, cardamom, grape, cinnamon.
- Contents: 50 cl
- Strength: 45% alc./vol.