Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin (Pint)
Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin at Third Base Market & Spirits
Third Base Market & Spirits is pleased to offer a gin that is as complex as it is fascinating: Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin. Hailing from Germany's Black Forest, this meticulously crafted spirit defies the traditional constraints of gin production, boasting a stunning array of 47 botanicals. Whether you're a gin connoisseur or an adventurous spirits enthusiast, this gin promises an intricate and layered experience.
- Name: Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin
- Type: Dry Gin
- Age: Not applicable
- Region: Black Forest, Germany
- Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 47%
Tasting Notes and Technical Description:
The gin presents itself in a clear, luminous hue that promises purity and sophistication. It’s bottled in a distinctive apothecary-style vessel, denoting its complex character and artisanal origins.
A symphonic interaction of aromas greets the olfactory senses. Traditional gin elements of juniper and citrus are met with a cacophony of florals, herbs, and spices—from lavender to elderflower, and from nutmeg to sage. A faintly woody undertone pays homage to its Black Forest roots.
Upon tasting, Monkey 47 unfolds layer upon complex layer of flavor. While juniper and citrus notes lead the charge, they quickly give way to a mid-palate filled with an exotic blend of spices, fruits, and floral accents. Hints of lingonberries, peppercorns, and a touch of spruce deliver a veritable landscape of sensory experiences. The spirit maintains a balanced body, neither overwhelming nor reticent, exhibiting an almost paradoxical robust delicacy.
The gin leaves a lingering finish marked by subtleties of piney juniper, complex spices, and a light effervescence, inviting you to delve deeper into its labyrinthine profile with each subsequent sip.
Exclusively available at Third Base Market & Spirits, Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin is not just a gin; it’s an odyssey through the Black Forest and around the world, via its 47 carefully selected botanicals. It holds a mirror to the very essence of what gin can aspire to be: a truly global spirit with local roots, complex yet harmonious, an unequivocal triumph of distillation craftsmanship.