Boigin is young and unscrupulous. It’s perfect for making a good Italian Gin & Tonic to drink throughout the meal. It is a zero km Gin, because both citrus fruits used as botanical plants and juniper berries come directly from the Sinis peninsula or rather from the Silvio Carta’s botanical garden. A fun Gin for mixing, which also offers excellent ideas in the kitchen. Trying is believing.
Citrus notes and hints of Mediterranean scrub dominate.
Citrus, and particularly fresh. In purity it declines all the typical botanicals of the Mediterranean maquis.
- 50 ml Boigin Gin
- 20 ml vodka
- 50 ml vermouth dry
- 3 drops of Worcestershire sauce
- 2 green olives
- 70 ml tomato juice
Are you preparing a tasty citrus risotto? Try to blend instead with wine, with a glass of Boigin, the result will be sensational.