In 2009, the company expanded its portfolio of gins with the launch of De la Boe, a 43.5% ABV London Dry Gin.
Named in honor of the great physician, anatomist and chemist Franz de le Boe (also known as Francis Silvius), a man who was not only one of the founders of biochemistry, but the creator of the gin, which we love very much.
Gin “De la Bo” is softer in taste and less strong, with a predominance of citrus notes, and in the aroma of fresh herbs. Moderate pricing policy.
Gin is made by fermenting raw grains and then double or triple distilling with juniper buds and other aromatic plant materials called “botany”. The three main ingredients that define the style and quality of gin are alcohol, herbal spices and water. The strength of alcohol is not less than 96%. At least ten herbs recognizable in aroma: juniper berries, saffron, coriander, cardamom, citrus fruits, ginger, etc. One of the bases is the purest filtered soft water. The product is produced exclusively from natural, carefully selected ingredients, which allows to achieve the highest quality.
Alcohol content in De la Bo gin: 43.5%