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MATERIA: GINS MADE FROM THE 4 ELEMENTS

Everyone will find a taste of his choice. Everything depends on which of your elements takes the upper hand at that particular moment. Each of the 4 MATERIA gins can be drunk either pure (or frozen or with ice cubes), with tonic (ordinary tonic or the specially developed for gin), with fruit juices or as a base for a cocktail. Keep us informed if you have found a fantastic mix during the experiment, maybe your recipe will have a place on our recipe page.

Materia Fire Gin

Materia Fire Gin

The specific botanicals pepperoni, spanish and pink pepper give this MATERIA FIRE GIN the fiery of its name. The 20 specially selected botanicals make this gin a very powerful drink and it could well be the most spicy gin on the market.

Materia Water Gin

Materia Water Gin

The subtle taste of anise gives this MATERIA WATER GIN a wonderful aroma. The 20 specifically selected botanicals make this gin a 'must-have' that should not be missing in any casing from anyone who loves gin.

Materia Earth Gin

Materia Earth Gin

MATERIA EARTH GIN is the maverick among the gins that with its different grain alcohols and natural coloring with oak is indeed the shortest with the earth as its name suggests. In addition, he is also different with his sunny golden color than other gins. A special mix of 20 selected botanicals makes this gin extra special. Best appreciated with Ginger Ale and a little lemon.

Materia Water Gin

Materia Air Gin

Opening this bottle means revealing the scents of roses and orange blossom. Let your taste buds get to know the fragrant aromas of this MATERIA AIR GIN with more than 10 specially selected botanicals.

Pimento Drink

Pimento

Pimento is a refreshing bubbly drink made with ginger, tonic, chili pepper and natural ingredients. It contains little sugar, it is spicy and full of flavor. Pimento creates a huge kick and tastes like alcohol, but it is not. A really spicy ginger beer supplemented with natural ingredients such as grapefruit, lime, ginseng and oregano.

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