Diplôme Dry Gin, an exceptionally fine and historic gin from the city of Dijon, France. The original 1945 recipe for Diplôme was perfected during WWII and soon after became the official gin for the American army stationed throughout Europe.
Diplôme Dry Gin is a unique French made “London Dry” style Gin, created and distilled in Dijon, a city known and respected worldwide for its culture and fine cuisine. Its popularity on the rise in Japan, Australia, Canada and much of Europe, Diplôme makes its debut in the U.S. in late February, 2016, launching first in Boston, New York, and Chicago.
One of the Oldest Gin Recipes in France
The recipe for Diplôme Dry Gin is one of the oldest in France. Using natural botanicals sourced from Europe and Morocco, Diplôme Dry Gin is made from a selection of the finest juniper berries, coriander, whole lemons, orange peel, angelica, saffron, iris root and fennel seed available. With an ABV of 44%, Diplôme Dry Gin is perfect for use in gin-based cocktails, but it is also one of those rare gins that can be enjoyed straight up chilled or on the rocks.
A Deeply Layered Gin Flavour Experience
Each sip of Diplôme Dry Gin begins with a lively scent of perfumed citrus before revealing a complex layering of exotic spices, dark chocolate, lavender and zesty grapefruit, all delivered through a velvety texture and a lengthy finish. It is expected this superb spirit will be well received and create a sensation making it an exciting addition to top shelf collections of spirits.
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