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KI NO BI SEI Gin

 82.35

KI NO BI SEI is made according to the same intricate production method as the original KI NO BI, using 11 botanicals distilled in six distinct flavour categories, known as the 6 Elements. The final blend has been recalibrated by our distilling team to bring out the best of each botanical at the higher strength. This bottling is at the traditional Royal Navy strength of 54.5% abv, often confused with 100 proof, or 57.1% abv. In contrast with the original KI NO BI, which has a delicate and gentle profile, KI NO BI SEI has a thicker mouthfeel and full-bodied flavour, which works well in cocktails.

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Producer : KI NO BI
Country : Japan
Age : unaged
Alcohol : 54,5%
Barrel type :
Product type : Kyoto Dry Gin
Contents : 700 ml
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KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin is made using a particularly intricate production process. Botanicals are divided into six different categories, known as 6 Elements, macerated in rice spirit and then distilled individually. The distillates are masterfully blended before being left to marry together, allowing the disparate flavours to harmonise, giving the gin a perfect balance. This elaborate process requires a considerable amount of time and effort, and is seldom used by gin distilleries around the world. The unique character of KI NO BI, however, simply cannot be created without this unusual but highly sophisticated distillation method.

KI NO BI SEI is made according to the same intricate production method as the original KI NO BI, using 11 botanicals distilled in six distinct flavour categories, known as the 6 Elements. The final blend has been recalibrated by our distilling team to bring out the best of each botanical at the higher strength. This bottling is at the traditional Royal Navy strength of 54.5% abv, often confused with 100 proof, or 57.1% abv.

In contrast with the original KI NO BI, which has a delicate and gentle profile, KI NO BI SEI has a thicker mouthfeel and full-bodied flavour, which works well in cocktails.