Stobbe 240 Black Currant 1776 Barrel Dry Gin
|Article:||Stobbe 240 Black Currant 1776 Barrel Dry Gin|
|Characteristics:||Wood barrel stored with an easy fruitiness of black currant and the fine acid of the bergamot.|
|Drink recommendation:||Also with Thomas Henry or as Tom Collins or pure only with ice and lemon.|
Stobbe 1776 is not only a new dry botanic gin but has a long history ahead. It has been confessed as one of the first German juniper spirits under the name Stobbe Machandel. Uta Stobbe realized her dream in 2014. She purchased the trademark rights of the Stobbe and therefore fetched him back into the family again.
In cooperation with the Black Forest distillery Marder Mrs Stobbe converted the classic Machandel into a unique, fruity London Dry Gin: Juniper meets black currant.
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Address:||Lindenstrasse 5, 91564 Neuendettelsau Germany|