Panarea Island Gin, a botanical distillate produced in Italy by Inga family with a long tradition of distillers since 1838.
Taking advantage of the experience of generations and their savoir faire, and Federico Lorenzo Inga offer a gin featuring special perfumes.
The Panarea of gin aromas are myrtle and citrus fruits, distinctly perceptible to the nose, and other, the composition of which is jealously kept secret.
The name "Panarea" is a tribute to the Sicilian origins of Inga family and their rich cultural heritage, is the eponymous island of the Aeolian Pearl, where they grow many of the botanicals used in this gin. Being a gin "botanical", Panarea is substantially different from the classic London Dry Gin, much more soft and fragrant.
Distilled from herbs and fruits typical of the Mediterranean, it has an elegance and delicacy difficult to find in other similar products.
It consists of selected raw materials such as alcohol from cereals, and juniper and lemon, reinforced by a further concentrated juniper distillate, enriched in turn by the presence of other botanical including coriander.
The product is also characterized by the addition of natural fruity flavor notes and contains no artificial flavors. The aroma is characteristic and persistent, with strong hints of juniper, citrus and myrtle.