More information about ANTON
Servus, I am there Anton!
A Dry Gin, likeable, honest, original and original, just like its namesake Anton. With 42% alcohol content Anton Dry Gin from the Bavarian Rottal belongs to the Bavarian representatives of its class. Masculine, distinctive, muscular and profound thereby with corners & edges. But also very warm & soft at the core, so he is described by its innovative manufacturer, Patricia Lorenz.
Production in the exclusive single-batch process
Only about 200 numbered bottles are filled per batch of Anton Gin. The elaborate single-batch process is used for production. In this process, the gin is not mixed with gin from other batches between the individual distillations. In the modern copper distillation plant, the pure taste is thus created. This sophisticated production shapes its balanced character. At the same time, it guarantees the consistently high quality of the Bavarian gin. The limited edition of the bottles also contributes to this.
Guad is' was drin is': The 12 Botanicals
Officially, Anton is a Dry, but would be a London Dry Gin by its production. It would meet all the criteria. A key characteristic of a true Dry Gin is the absence of added sugar. The remaining ingredients of a good gin can be quite different. Anton, in any case, is made from alcohol distilled several times with 12 high-quality botanicals. Only gradually are these added during maceration. From the beginning, a lot of LOVE, HEART & GFUI are included, as can be read on the edgy bottle. You notice and taste that!
In addition to the usual suspects juniper, coriander and cardamom, the Naturburschen Anton Gin contains a good portion of Rottal. Licorice is also grated into the distillate here. It tastes intensely spicy juniper, herbs and the fresh fruity citrus notes of pink grapefruit. The purest Bavarian spring water from the Rottal region rounds off the clear distillate and gives it a soft core. Cinnamon completes the blend and warms with striking power in the finish. The floral bouquet tickles the nose. One is reminded of the meadows of his homeland.
Patricia Lorenz impressively proves that traditionally rooted gin does not have to come from England. What better place than the Rottal could one imagine to reconcile enjoyment, traditions and nature? Indulgence and flavors have a long tradition in Anton's homeland. Rottal cuisine is known as a cultural treasure and combines enjoyment with typical Bavarian conviviality. Anton, the urbane Bavarian gin from the Rottal, picks up on these components with each and every one of its drops.
Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks or as a base for cocktails, such as gin and tonic, Anton Gin is ideally suited. Thanks to its tangy fresh note, however, it is also ideally suited for fruity cocktails. But Anton also lends that certain something to modern cocktail interpretations such as the Gin Dudl.
He is' just a real Bavarian
It is small distilleries, such as the Hausbrennerei zum Vogelbauer, that are helping gin to gain new popularity. Here they work with a lot of love, enthusiasm and creativity. Our Anton is bottled in heavy, angular glass bottles. These perfectly emphasize his strong distinctive personality with corners and edges. The stylish black label mentions his home, the Rottal, not only by name, because the typical traditional hat with chamois beard may not be missing. Without it, a real Bavarian gin would never leave the house.