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The name “Doctor Martux Gin” and the subtitle “Miraculous Elixir” ironically recall those potions that appeared in the early 1800s, which claimed to cure all ills. It is offered in amber bottles, with an octagonal design and a reduced neck, according to the dictates of the classic pharmacopoeia. The botanicals present in Doctor Martux Gin actually have recognized properties and benefits, for example the Rue and the Hyssop are also mentioned in ancient texts, such as the “Naturalis Historia” of Pliny the Elder and the “Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum” of the Salerno Medical School , whose production of proto gin since the Middle Ages has inspired the creation of Doctor Martux Gin.
Martux Gin has a round taste on the palate, given by the alternation of complex herbaceous and balsamic notes, which give a prolonged and persistent finish. It is a gin with strong and clear flavors, but also very soft, therefore suitable for smooth tasting as well as mixing in drinks other than usual.