Malfy Gin: The Vodka Drinker’s Gin
Vodka and Gin Drinkers Unite! We’ve just gotten in a wonderful new gin… Judges say Malfy is a crowd pleaser, despite limited access to this summer-y liquor.
Because I’ve read several blogs highlighting the ori-gins of gin (puns… oh puns) I’d much rather discuss this gin!
In sum, those blogs discuss how this gin is different from the juniper-esque, elderflower essences that do not appeal to most non-gin drinkers.
Make lemonade. Or a gin and tonic that is so crisp with citrus you might call it lettuce.Vodka drinkers.. let me explain; I am a recovering stickler. I’ve worked enough night shifts at Cranberry Liquors to know that one drinks what she drinks, and only strays when etiquette is involved. But this gin.. I won’t lie – it is still gin, but it
is damn good gin. It is not lemon flavored gin, it is gin made with lemons! Add a rind of delicious pink, yellow or orange citrus and you are golden!
Did you know: There are vineyards in New Zealand with eucalyptus growing along the outskirts of the field? As a result, the wine has subtle notes of the mentholated plant. I remember being told this story, and the cause of this was the soil. Soil has minerals, and these minerals are to thank. So, to complete this anecdotal circle, consider Malfy Gin, growing up in a lemon utopia by the Mediterranean Sea. Then stop by Cranberry Liquors and bring some Italian excellence-in-a-bottle back to your own villa.