Is Nordes a good gin?
NORDÉS GIN RECOMMENDED SERVE Nordés isn’t a traditional gin, by any means. Given it’s not particularly juniper-forward, it’s probably not one for some purists. For me, however, it tastes absolutely delicious and is ideal for those looking for a contemporary gin, or something for non-gin lovers to try.
What is Nordes gin?
Nordes is the first Atlantic Galician Gin, a Premium gin from Galicia (a region in northern Spain) that honours its homeland, rich in natural aromas and exquisite flavours.
Where is Nordes gin from?
DISTILLED IN GALICIA IN NORTHERN SPAIN – Nordes is made by distilling locally grown Albarino grapes, which give a soft and fruity character to the gin.
How do you garnish Nordes gin?
Add a pour of Nordes Atlantic Gin over ice, top with 1724 tonic, garnish with sliced firm grapes and a swirl of fresh lime peel. A true mediterranean taste.
What do you serve Nordes gin with?
|PERFECT SERVE:||Lime or mint.|
|BOTANICALS:||Lemon peel, hibiscus, liquorice and eucalyptus.|
What is the best Spanish gin?
Best Spanish Gins That Will Make You Feel Like You’re on Holiday
- Gin Mare.
- Puerto de Indias.
- Mahón gin.
- The wave.
- Gin Volcànic.
- Carnation Gin.
- Level Gin.
- Macaronesian White Gin. A gin produced in the Canary Island using Macaronesian botanicals and water filtered through local volcanic rocks.
How do you mix Nordes gin?
- Pour 50ml (5cl) of Nordés Gin.
- Top up with 200ml (20cl) of premium tonic water.
- Garnish with three white grapes.
Is Larios gin any good?
Quite nice, very inviting, and decidedly contemporary. The palate of Larios 12 Botanicals Premium Gin is still bright with lots of citrus: a melange of tangelo, orange, and particularly Mineola. The mid-palate signals a shift wherein juniper and Pfeffernüsse cookie excites the palate. Grapefruit rind on the finish.