Sông Cái Việt Nam Spiced Rossele Flavored Gin

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Size700mL Proof65 (32.5% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
A nature-inspired gin with rare botanicals macerated with ripe rose myrtle berries and roselle buds to create a spirit with nuanced flavors of cinnamon, pepper, ginger, dried blood plum, and cherry. Its ruby color nods to Vietnam’s fertile red soils and textiles, which play a vital role in the daily lives of the small communities in Central Highland landscapes.
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About Sông Cái Việt Nam Spiced Rossele Flavored Gin

Sông Cái Distillery is Vietnam’s premiere gin distillery, established in 2018 in Hanoi. This exceptional distillery prides itself on rare botanicals and unique work that is environmentally, socially, and culturally sustainable. Vietnam’s rich and vast landscape helps Sông Cái produce terroir-driven spirits and bottle up the flavors of a biologically diverse landscape of lush forests, hills, and delta rivers. Spiced Roselle Gin is a ruby-colored spirit that honors the Central Highlands, best known for its rich and fertile red basalt forest soils. It is bottled at 32.5% ABV and is infused with roselle buds and rose myrtle berries, giving this nature-inspired spirit a full-bodied and earthy flavor.

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Initially made for medicinal purposes, gin gets most of its flavor from the juniper berries added after the distillation process. It sure has come a long way from the Middle Ages, with the introduction of new botanicals, fruits, and spices, bringing it closer to people of all flavor varieties.

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The aroma on the nose boasts cinnamon and dried blood plum and cherry notes, with hints of anise, pepper, and ginger. A full-bodied palate features sweet berry spices and has a subtle acidity, finishing with dried fruit spices and gentle wood.
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