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Breeze + Gin Miel

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Pack Breeze 0,5L + Gin Miel

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Pack of 2 bottles: Breeze 0,5L + Gin Miel

Breeze, mist water, it is probably the purest water in the world, a treasure from heaven!

Breeze is water obtained directly from the filtration of the mist of one of the cleanest skies on the planet, without touching the ground, pure.

Sustainable bottled water without any processing. Filtered by nature in its evaporation, it is a water of ultra low mineralization and without the impurities of the soil.

Ideal to accompany the best wines, whiskeys and other spirits, cheese and Iberian tastings, and of course to make the best teas, coffees and ice.

Enjoy the purest water in the world, accompanied or alone.

Gin Miel, from Finca La Morilla, has obtained a score of 91 out of 100 in the 2019 edition of the Peñín Guide to Spirits, Cocktails and Vermouth.

With this score, GIN MIEL breaks into this prestigious manual for the first time and is classified as a "Premium" gin, thus ranking as one of the best gins and not only in Spain, during 2019 it has obtained 2 Bronze medals (Berlin International Spirits Competition and the World Gin Awards of the United Kingdom).

Legend has it that the Witches of Gualba enchanted the bees so that they would go in search of the strangest flowers in the thick forest. The bewitched bees obeyed them by bringing them the best pollen that they transformed into the form of honey. With this honey the sorceresses prepared their most secret concoctions. Inspired by the Witches of Gualba, GIN MIEL from Finca La Morilla is born, the first gin in the world that among its botanists carries honey.

Juniper, Coriander, Angelica, Lemon Skin, Ginger, Licorice and also Honey. ALC.40%

 

Additional information

Weight 2.6 kg
Dimensions 39 × 24 × 10 cm

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