Atian Rose GinDRINK. RATE. EXPLORE.
History-inspired trade practices and fine craftsmanship are part of what makes Atian great, but that’s not all. There’s an important component necessary to creating a superior gin: The freshest ingredients.
There are only six areas in the world’s flora kingdom. The Cape Floristic Region includes only one province yet harnesses unmatched biodiversity and is home to more than 9,000 different plant species.
The memories of South Africa and its local distilleries never faded. Instead, they served as an inspiration to reimagine the unique notes of Pink Gin and infuse them with a sense of modernity – and soon, Atian’s very own bottles became a cherished part of family dinners and evening gatherings.
The nose is exceptionally floral, with some pine aromas mixing with a hint of grapefruit and lime. The palate is quite dry and assertively floral, with hints of spice, herbaceousness, bitter citrus, and spicy ginger. The strong florality would make this a tough base for a neat sipper, or even a traditional Martini. However, because of its lack of sugar, the gin would make a good base for a drier style of gin and tonic, or a more floral variation of a sour such as a Bees Knees.
Gold Medal - 2022 Beverage Testing Institute.
Rating: 94 Pts.
43% ABV / 86 Proof