Blankeneser Premium Dry Gin - Motiv "Süllberg"
|Article:||Blankeneser Premium Dry Gin - Motiv "Süllberg"|
|Region:||Hamburg-Blankenese / Schleswig-Holstein|
|Producer:||Fine Blankeneser Goods GmbH|
|Distillery:||Feingeisterei / Fabian Rohrwasser|
|Characteristics:||The gin-formula developed exclusively for this London Dry Gin is rounded off by coriander, cardamom, ginger, Ceylon cinnamon, angelica root, wormwood cabbage, meadowsweet, lavenders, orange-blossoms and orange peel. Created lovingly in small batches and by hand.|
|Flavour:||Bouquet with notes of orange peel, orange-blossom and lavender.|
|Taste:||Characteristic sweet sharpness and subliminal noble bitter note.|
The Süllberg (75 m) is part of the so-called Blankenese Treppenviertel (stairs quarter) which is connected to each other over steep stairs, narrow corridors and more than 5.000 steps.
The first tourist café, a dairy farming, opened 1837 there. At that time, one could be carried up the steep path on donkeys.
The starred chef Karlheinz Hauser runs a restaurant in the same place today.
The BLANKENESER Premium Gin stands out due to its unique product design. There are currently twelve different labels on a bottle which tell stories from Blankenese and from Hamburg.
The different labels are based on hand marked illustrations which are supplemented with other motifs every year. All bottles are hand numbered.
Furthermore, the back of the bottle labels are illustrated. If one turns the bottle and looks on the back the illustration is repeated and supplemented with a short explanation text. A magnifying effect arises from the liquid and lets the motif jump out of the bottle.
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Company:||Fine Blankeneser Goods GmbH|
|Address:||Elbterrasse 3a, D-22587 Hamburg Germany|