Monaco’s best known today for glamor and race cars, but the French Riviera town was first famous for its oranges. Those fruits are front and center in this high-quality gin, and they’re joined by six other citrus botanicals, as well as ginger and Szechuan Pepper.
Together these ingredients unite with juniper to create an invigorating and piquant spirit that’s surprisingly light and refreshing before finishing on an herbaceous note. One of the newer gins on the scene, this offering is sure to become a classic.
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We suggest enjoying La Distillerie de Monaco Gin aux Agrumes blended with lemonade on a warm summer evening with friends. Or, if it’s cold out, try using it as the base for a particularly invigorating toddy.