Malfy Con Limone Italian Gin
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Malfy Con Limone Italian Gin

Item # 34443 750mL
$33.96/ Single Bottle
$203.76/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

Imbued with the totally irresistible Italian pastime that effortlessly blends the care-free lifestyle with in a chic, smart, stylish package, Malfy gin embodies what we all admire about Italy. Made at the Vergnano family distillery in Torino, Beppe Vergnano uses a neutral alcohol base, a classic mix of a half dozen gin botanicals including Italian juniper and infuses them with meticulously sourced lemons from the Amalfi coast and Sicily. Using 100% fresh peels the spirit is vacuum distilled to retain the maximum amount of aroma and freshness. The notes on this gin transport you instantly to a lush cliff side on the Italian Riviera, sun shining bright in your face and a cool refreshing breeze coming in from the coast. An absolute winner ready to be used in any way you see fit. Like summer in a glass.


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Staff Pick Notes

It feels like I have been waiting longer than usual for warmer days, but now that they are here this gin is a great way to celebrate their arrival. If the beautiful bottle isn't enough to put you in a summer kind of mood, then the spirit inside will certainly do the trick. Amalfi lemons are added before vacuum distilling which preserves aromas and freshness. All this gin needs is an ice cube and a lemon peel, but if you are in the mood for something more festive take 2 oz Malfy Gin con Limone, .5 oz limoncello, a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, and muddle with a few fresh mint leaves. Shake with ice and strain into a coup. Top with either seltzer of prosecco and your choice of lemon peel or mint sprig and go step into the sunshine!

- HW

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