Malfy Italian Gin (750ml)

SKU #1274057

While the Amalfi Coast has always been known as the home of limoncello, it's now home to a world-class gin operation that uses the region's famous Mediterranean citrus in its vibrant recipe. Located in Moncalieri, just outside Torino, the distillery actually dates back to 1906 and today is run by a husband and wife operation. In addition to the powerful lemon aromatics, the gin utilizes coriander, angelica, and cassia bark to accent its unique recipe. Try this in a gin and tonic and forget about adding a lime! Or mix a Negroni and forget the orange peel. There's enough citrus here inherently to do the job!

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Price: $25.99

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