NEW Malfy Gins from Italy

NEW Italian Malfy Gins from the Amalfi Coast

MALFY Gin is distilled in Italy – the birthplace of gin – by the Vergnano Family. The Malfy range of gins are distilled from botanicals that are unique to Italy – including Tuscan Juniper, Amalfi Coast Lemons, Sicilian Pink Grapefruit and Sicilian Blood Oranges. Our packaging, like our gin, is designed to make you feel happy and sunny – the same feeling you get when you drink a Malfy Gin and Tonic on the Amalfi Coast looking out onto the ocean and enjoying the view.

Malfy Gin Serving Suggestion
Malfy Gin Serving Suggestion

Malfy Gin Originale, a juniper-forward gin, is said to pay homage to the Italian Monks who first distilled juniper spirits at their monasteries on the Amalfi coast in the early 11th century.

Bringing an Italian twist to the pink gin trend, Malfy Gin Rosa is the latest offering to join the Malfy portfolio. This gorgeous, rose-coloured gin is distilled using the peel of Sicilian pink grapefruits and rhubarb, with juniper and five other botanicals – including lemon peel and coriander.

The sun-ripened Sicilian pink grapefruits are grown in citrus groves on the Mediterranean coast. The freshest, most flavoursome grapefruits are harvested for Malfy Gin and combined with the finest Italian juniper, before being infused in Italian grain spirit for 36 hours. This truly is a taste of the Mediterranean.

Distilled with actual Sicilian blood oranges and Italian juniper, the new Malfy Silician Blood Orange gin will remind you of that holiday you ought to book.

Five additional botanicals; angelica root, orris root, coriander and lemon and grapefruit peel ensures that this new con Arancia gin just bursts with zesty, citrus notes.

Expect the scent of orange blossom in your glass, while surprising raspberry-like flavours are balanced by herbal notes. Finally, a burst of zest gives you that sweet hit of orange you expect.

That’s not all, however. Not only does this gin contain blood orange but it’s actually vibrant orange in colour.

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