Citadelle Gin

Gin classifications

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Light Gins or Vodka-Gins: This is a new range, developed in recent years PHOTOS to attract vodka consumers. With a less intense taste, these gins are designed for beginners. Some call them “vodka-gins,” because their flavor profile sits between vodka and gin.

Classic Gin: The juniper berry, sometimes with a touch of citrus, is the only flavor. These are affordable and straightforward gins, of medium intensity.

Complex Gin: Gins of this type draw on a combination of juniper berries and botanicals, which provide finesse and complexity. Aromas and tastes are multidimensional. The botanicals support the intensity of the flavor of the juniper. These gins are the product of maceration of the botanicals, followed by distillation in stills. Citadelle falls into this category.

Yellow/Golden Gin: A practice as old as gin itself: originally, wood barrels and vats were the most common containers for stocking, transport and distribution of spirits. In the 19th century, this type of aged gin was called “Yellow Gin” due to the color acquired from contact with the wood of these barrels. A coloration that varied from pale gold to straw to golden, and in the case of longer storage in barrels, an amber color. While these “Golden Gins” have a unique character thanks to their color, this ageing process also gives them a more complex aromatic character with woody notes as well as floral, honeyed or spiced notes according to the types of wood. Here we find all the subtlety of Citadelle Réserve.

Old Tom Gin: This gin has the peculiarity of being sweet, a profile that distinguishes Citadelle Old Tom No Mistake.

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Juniper berries


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Light Gins or Vodka-Gins: This is a new range, developed in recent years PHOTOS to attract vodka consumers. With a less intense taste, these gins are designed for beginners. Some call them “vodka-gins,” because their flavor profile sits between vodka and gin.

Classic Gin: The juniper berry, sometimes with a touch of citrus, is the only flavor. These are affordable and straightforward gins, of medium intensity.

Complex Gin: Gins of this type draw on a combination of juniper berries and botanicals, which provide finesse and complexity. Aromas and tastes are multidimensional. The botanicals support the intensity of the flavor of the juniper. These gins are the product of maceration of the botanicals, followed by distillation in stills. Citadelle falls into this category.

Yellow/Golden Gin: A practice as old as gin itself: originally, wood barrels and vats were the most common containers for stocking, transport and distribution of spirits. In the 19th century, this type of aged gin was called “Yellow Gin” due to the color acquired from contact with the wood of these barrels. A coloration that varied from pale gold to straw to golden, and in the case of longer storage in barrels, an amber color. While these “Golden Gins” have a unique character thanks to their color, this ageing process also gives them a more complex aromatic character with woody notes as well as floral, honeyed or spiced notes according to the types of wood. Here we find all the subtlety of Citadelle Réserve.

Old Tom Gin: This gin has the peculiarity of being sweet, a profile that distinguishes Citadelle Old Tom No Mistake.


wheat fields

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Juniper berries

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