A premium gin, Citadelle was originally developed in a Dunkirk distillery in the late 18th Century, and at the time Dunkirk was one of the earliest European ports for explorers of the Orient, who… More info
Taking Citadelle gin, the distillers took this unusual spirit to Cognac Ferrand's Cellar Master, who aged the gin in small quantities in Château de Bonbonnet's cellars in a Solera system, a… More info
A very interesting release from the Citadelle Gin range, made by adding some caramelised Caribbean brown sugar to their cask aged Citadelle Réserve, and then age it a little longer. We're looking… More info
The 2013 Citadelle Réserve is a barrel aged gin like no other, as it goes through a Solera ageing process, more commonly used for sherry, brandy and a couple rums.
The casks used for this process… More info
The 2014 edition of Citadelle's stupendous, Solera-system-aged Réserve Gin is made with 19 select botanicals and is aged in a small number of Ferrand Cognac casks. These releases are always well… More info