Erika Dry Gin...
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Erika Gin de Printemps is a floral craft gin, part of a limited series from. As a seasonal gin, it captures the essence of springtime in France in a bottle.
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The White Lady is a simple, silky cocktail that highlights the delicious flavours of Erika's Gin de Printemps with an added sour touch. To make your own, add 1 egg white and a cube of ice to a cocktail shaker, and shake. This will help break up the egg and create a light frothy texture. Next, add 40ml of Gin de Printemps, 15ml of triple sec, 25ml of lemon juice and 10ml of simple syrup in a shaker. Shake all of the ingredients and strain your beautiful white lady into a chilled coupe glass.Back to shop
When you smell Gin de Printemps, you’ll be transported to a flowering garden in springtime, with a delicate fresh array of floral aromas making themselves apparent.
When you taste Gin de Printemps, you’ll experience a clean, sweet harmony of flower and honey flavours, with soft notes of light fruit.
Erika comes from Nouvelle-Aquitaine, on the west coast of France. This region is well-known for its beautiful landscapes and famous cities. The idea for Erika first came at a restaurant table in the city of Bordeaux, while the production of their spirits currently takes place in an ancient distillery in Cognac.
Gin de Printemps attempts quite literally to put springtime into a bottle. To create a perfectly fresh floral gin, Erika Spirit’s creators went gathering elderflowers by hand in the countryside to be able to add them to the distillation that same day. All of their bloom and aroma is retained, and can be tasted in the final product.
Elderberries are one of the first flowers to bloom in the springtime. They are a sign of new life and brighten up the fields, roads and wooded areas in the southwest. These little white elderflowers used in the creation of Gin de Printemps are picked when they’re heavy with yellow pollen. This pollen is then combined with honey that comes directly from co-founder Paul’s bee farm. In the final recipe, the flowers, pollen and honey capture the very essence of springtime.
It all started at dinner in 2017. Childhood friends Paul, Vianney and Thibault were chatting about artisanal gins one evening as they drank a digestif together. Paul, a beekeeper, Vianney, a restaurateur, and Thibault, a mixologist bartender, were all pretty passionate about the subject, and within a few hours, had decided to bring all of their unique skills together to create their own. In 2018, they brought their vision to life and created their first spirit, Erika Dry Gin.More on the Brand
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