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This bottle contains the same gin as described on the previous two pages: That is, it's one and same product, but with different packaging. While the previous photo page demonstrates the luxury edition of our agave gin, a Limited Edition, this is our "standard" bottle format for our gin.
The following is a bullet point summary of the key product differentiation points as already mentioned in text format on the previous page
• The desert inspired this gin, based on cacti and succulents
• This agave gin is made with fermented & distilled fresh juniper (as opposed to simply macerating dry juniper in alcohol or vapor-infusing alcohol with dried juniper, as do most other gins)
• In addition to freshly harvested & processed juniper, this composition is enhanced with the following cacti & succulents aroma elements: agave flowers, tuna cactus flowers, pitaya cactus flowers, agave stem juice, Castanea Sativa
• This is a fractionally distilled gin where each aroma component is distilled separately for optimum aroma enhancement (despite the higher production cost)
• This gin is infused with agave stem juice (aka quiote juice)
• Why? We discovered that the agave stem juice perfectly tempers the natural astringency of the juniper (Our Eureka Idea)
• The distilled elements are suffused together in the barrel, jointly with the agave stem juice
• The ensuing gin composition is barrel aged, which is "almost" unique in itself for gin
• This gin is barrel aged for 5 years. There is presently no other gin in the world which is aged for such a long time period.
• Furthermore, this gin is barrel-aged in chestnut wood barrels, not in oak barrels, the industry standard
• Furthermore, these chestnut wood barrels are first-fill, virgin barrels
• For maximum flavor optimization, this gin is bottled unfiltered straight from the barrel
• This gin is best enjoyed on the rocks or in cocktails, and not necessarily as a "Gin & Tonic"
• This gin is bottled in a porcelain bottle (not ceramic)
• Any porcelain object is made from clay.
• Normally, colored porcelain bottles are made from standardized white clay which is painted within color on the outside
• This bottle, however, is not painted with any color but made from a clay blend which contains naturally occurring Brazilian black clay extracted from the Amazon.
• The color of this porcelain bottle therefore comes organically from the natural color of the clay
• Due to the natural beauty of the Amazonian clay, the outside of the bottle is unglazed (→ please treat this unique bottle with proper care!)
"Pitaya" is also known as "dragon fruit", and sometimes is also spelled as "Pitahaya" (a type of cactus fruit) "Tuna" is also known as "prickly pear" (a type of cactus fruit)
"Canstanea Sativa" is also known as "chestnut wood" (a tree of Mediterranean origin)
"Agave" is botanically classified as a "succulent plant"
"Agave stem" is also known as "quiote" (the long "mast" which grows out of the agave upon the agave reaching maturity).

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