Citadelle Jardin d'été Gin

Modern Gin

Citadelle // Charentais , France

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Citadelle Jardin d'été will be a part of the permanent Citadelle gin lineup as of April, 2021. It is inspired by the garden of Château de Bonbonnet in Ars, France, which is a passion project of Debbie Gabriel, wife of Master Distiller Alexandre Gabriel. Meant as a "sensory postcard" of the place, the gin includes Charentais melon, whole lemon, yuzu zest and orange peel along with the 19 other botanicals used in the standard gin, which include juniper berries, lemon zest, cardamom, cubeb, coriander, nutmeg, Sichuan pepper, cinnamon, cassia, licorice, angelica, iris, almonds, fennel, cumin, star anise, savory and violet.

It should be noted that just across from the chateaux is a newly cultivated juniper orchard. The gin is bottled at 41.5% ABV.

Citadelle Jardin d'été will be a part of the permanent Citadelle gin lineup as of April, 2021. It is inspired by the garden of Château de Bonbonnet in Ars, France, which is a passion project of Debbie Gabriel, wife of Master Distiller Alexandre Gabriel. Meant as a "sensory postcard" of the place, the gin includes Charentais melon, whole lemon, yuzu zest and orange peel along with the 19 other botanicals used in the standard gin, which include juniper berries, lemon zest, cardamom, cubeb, coriander, nutmeg, Sichuan pepper, cinnamon, cassia, licorice, angelica, iris, almonds, fennel, cumin, star anise, savory and violet. It should be noted that just across from the chateaux is a newly cultivated juniper orchard. The gin is bottled at 41.5% ABV.

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  • Modern Gin
    Also has been referred to as "Contemporary", "New Western", "New Wave", and "New American". This style is not legally defined. In general, this category of gin, while it does contain juniper, places less of an emphasis on this botanical. Other botanicals not classically used in London Dry gins are often utilized and often highlight botanicals grown in the region the gin is produced. Most produced as either London Dry or Distilled Gins.