Panarea Island Gin
The Inga family have been involved in the production of liquors and spirits in Sicily since 1832. Years of experience led to the founding of their first plant in Piedmont in 1930 when Gaetano Inga decided to revive the ancient Amaro Gambarotta. Before then they had been producing grappa for the famous Libarna brand. Today, this rich family tradition is carried on by brothers, Federico and Lorenzo Inga. Their range includes this Mediterranean gin. The use of ancient techniques and local botanicals pay homage to the brother's Sicilian roots and the Island of Panarea, the ‘Queen’ of the Mediterranean.
A refreshingly herbaceous gin made using a combination of juniper, myrtle berries, citrus peels, coriander and more.