TYPE Dry gin distilled PRODUCTION Separately distilled botanicals are added to an alcoholic base made from wheat and flavoured with juniper. Each botanical is treated and distilled in a specific way to maintain the aromatic qualities of each individual plant. The distillate remains in stainless steel tanks for about 20 days and is then bottled. BOTTLING AND PACKAGING Manual ALCOHOL CONTENT 43% vol. BOTTLES Numbered BOTANICALS 6 botanicals consisting of naturally-growing plants that give the gin the most authentic aromas and flavours of the territory: juniper: distillate obtained from the infusion of juniper berries in alcohol; the berries inside the still are bruised, not ground. Duration of infusion: 3 days. elderberry flowers: after creating the infusion, the solid part is pressed and separated and then distilled. curcuma zedoaria: dry-processed, infused for 20 days, pressed and then the infusion is distilled. chamomile: dry-processed, infused for 20 days, pressed and then the infusion is distilled. rosemary: dry-processed, infused for 20 days, pressed and then the infusion is distilled. bergamot: only the natural essential oil obtained from fresh Calabrian bergamot fruit is used; the peel is infused in alcohol.