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Although most of the botanicals used to make the Principe De Los Apostoles Mate Gin come from Misiones, Argentina, the gin itself is made in Mendoza. The botanicals include peppermint, eucalyptus, pink grapefruit skin and yerba mate, which is used to make a popular drink in South America and captures the spirit of Argentina rather well indeed. One of the first premium gins from Argentina, and a tasty one at that.
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An outstanding flavour and bouquet - wonderful change from the usual
16th February 2016
14th February 2016
A great gin for someone who doesn't like a heavy juniper gin half way through my first bottle really like it
16th December 2015
I'm in Buenos Aires right now drinking this. Bought 2 bottles from the bar where it originated. It's very cool - speakeasy type of place with a florists upstairs. You have to knock to get in, they you are let into the bar via a fridge door!Anyway, the gin. Don't add too much tonic otherwise you won't taste the herbs. A very unusual taste, which I LOVE. A shaving of grapefruit peel is how it's served in the bar but I will be trying mine with a sprig of sage at home. Might try it from the freezer too. It's not a high production gin, so get it while you can :0)Enjoy!Gin. (Yes, that is my name!)
23rd January 2015