You & Yours Sunday Gin

You & Yours Sunday Gin

You & Yours Sunday Gin

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Introducing You & Yours Sunday Gin, a spirited tribute to leisurely weekends and laid-back brunches. Crafted with meticulous care by You & Yours Distilling Co., this gin embodies the essence of relaxation and indulgence, offering a taste experience that is both refreshing and invigorating.

Distilled with a blend of botanicals chosen for their vibrant flavors and aromas, Sunday Gin is a celebration of citrus and spice. Fresh notes of juniper, grapefruit, and coriander mingle with hints of cardamom and angelica root, creating a harmonious balance of flavors that dance on the palate.

Upon pouring, You & Yours Sunday Gin enchants with its crystal-clear appearance and inviting aroma. Citrus zest and floral undertones greet the nose, hinting at the bright and lively character that awaits.

On the palate, this gin delivers a symphony of flavors. Crisp and refreshing, with a burst of citrus and a touch of warmth from the botanicals. Subtle hints of spice and herbaceousness add depth and complexity, while a smooth and velvety mouthfeel leaves a lasting impression.

Versatile and approachable, You & Yours Sunday Gin is perfect for crafting classic cocktails or enjoying on its own. Whether mixed into a refreshing gin and tonic, shaken into a zesty martini, or simply sipped neat over ice, it promises a tasting experience that is both memorable and rewarding.

So pour yourself a glass, kick back, and savor the leisurely pleasures of a Sunday well spent with You & Yours Sunday Gin. With its vibrant flavors and effortless charm, it's the perfect companion for any weekend adventure. Cheers to relaxation, rejuvenation, and the joy of good company. Cheers to Sunday Gin.

Appearance: Crystal-clear with a shimmering brilliance, reminiscent of a sunny Sunday morning.

Nose: The aroma is bright and uplifting, with lively notes of fresh citrus, juniper, and aromatic botanicals. Hints of grapefruit peel, coriander, and a touch of floral sweetness dance on the nose, evoking images of a vibrant garden in bloom.

Palate: On the palate, You & Yours Sunday Gin delights with its crisp and refreshing profile. The citrus-forward flavors of grapefruit and lemon zest take center stage, complemented by hints of juniper and coriander spice. A subtle herbaceousness adds depth and complexity, while a smooth and velvety texture coats the palate.

Finish: The finish is clean and invigorating, with lingering notes of citrus and spice. A touch of warmth from the botanicals leaves a refreshing sensation, reminiscent of a cool breeze on a sunny day.

Gin is made using a clear, neutral spirit made from distilling grains such as rye, barley, wheat, or corn. While another common clear liquor—vodka—can be made with similar grains, gin and vodka are definitely not the same.Gin is a type of spirit characterized by the flavor of juniper berries. Gin makers produce gin by infusing a neutral spirit with botanical ingredients during the distillation process. For liquor to be classified as gin in the United States, it must contain at least 40 percent alcohol by volume (ABV)Gin is an alcoholic beverage obtained by distillation from a base of grain (wheat or barley). In a further procedure, botanicals along with water are added until the desired flavors are met. To be called a gin, the spirit must have a predominant flavor of juniper berries.Gin as we know it today, is based on an old Dutch liquor called 'jenever', a blend of grain-based malt wine and a neutral spirit infused with Juniper, which was used to mask its harsh flavour.
Gin is a juniper-flavoured spirit made not via the redistillation of botanicals, but by simply adding approved natural flavouring substances to a neutral spirit of agricultural origin. The predominant flavour must be juniper. Minimum bottled strength is 37.5% ABV.A Dutch physician who went by the name of Franciscus Sylvius is thought to be the 'inventor' of gin having started prescribing a juniper-based distilled spirit for medicinal purposes in 1550.Easily confused with a brewery, a distillery is different in that a distillery makes hard alcohol such as vodka, gin, whiskey, rum, etc., whereas a brewery solely brews delicious beer.

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