700ML @ KES 4,500
|Product Name||Aviation Gin|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||42%|
|Country Of Origin||Portland|
Aviation is a gin produced in portland.it is classified as an American dry-gin and belongs to the aviation family.Aviation gin is cyrstal clear in appearance and has a floral and earthy spice note,with a very literal hint of birch beer and flamed orange peel.The finish is long and moderately warm.Aviation gin has an alcohol content of 42% and comes in 700ml which costs ksh 4500 at dial a drink kenya.
Aviation is a gin produced in Portland. It is classified as an American dry-gin and belongs to the aviation family. It was launched in the year 2006 where it takes its name from the Aviation cocktail, which was created in the 1900s by Lee Medoff and Christian Krogstad, who teamed up with Seattle mixologist Ryan Magarian to produce a new/modern style of Gin. It is distilled carefully at House Spirit LLC Portland distally. The gin takes a Dutch style rye spirit base combined with juniper, lavender, anise, sarsaparilla, orange peel and cardamom, and the botanicals are steeped in grain spirit for 48 hours before they are redistilled.
Aviation gin is adored for its floral and earthly spice note, with a very literal hint of birch beer and flamed orange peel. Aviation gin has an alcohol content of 42% ABV(84 proof)
In the bottle
Aviation Gin has a pretty intriguing tipple, with a very handsome Gatsby-esque bottle.
Aviation gin is crystal clear in appearance
Has a dull juniper, wet dark boreal forest, lavender and Rooty, earthy spice. Also has a strong aromas of Angelica root notes. Has hints of smoke and freshly cut grass.
Aviation Gin is a bit more juniper, of spicy notes, more prominent than on the nose, cardamom shining through and a scattering of cinnamon, with floral notes continuing.
Offers a spice, long, linger and moderately warm clean finish from citrus peel and lite smokiness.
· Try it in an Arsenic and Old Lace or Moonlight Cocktail.
· Aviation Gin is an easy go to when you have a floral cocktail and you need a good gin complement.
· Also pairs well with a wet classic Martini, where the spicy nature of aviation Gin works perfectly well especially the cardamom aspect of it.