What do you do as well as distilling gin?
I am an anaesthesiologist.
What made you decide to create your gin/distillery and what is the inspiration behind your gin?
We started with the creation during the pandemic, like many, and that's how we grew and were encouraged to do more.
What is the meaning and story behind your brand?
The name comes from a pun on my name and from a personal style of making analogies in everyday life.
Can you tell us more about your distillery, still and distillation process?
We started with a small still, 14L, to carry out the tests, until we reached the final products. Then for the commercial process we use a 200L alembic still with fractional distillation. Our process consists of a cold maceration of 10 botanicals in the case of the rosemary variety, and 11 in the Lemon variety, for 48 hours, and then steam distillation of the signature botanical.
What is your ambition for your distillery and brand in the coming years?
Above all, we hope that our gin is liked, that it is a product that people choose for its quality and qualities, and surely hand in hand with that we can grow even more.
What are your favourite ways to drink your gins?
One of my favorites is with a tasty Tonic Water in a Gin & Tonic. But there are also various cocktails that today improve the product even more, like a good Gimlet.
Desert Island Gins: Which 3 gins would you take and why?
I would take Monkey 47 Gin, The Botanist Gin and Roku Gin, all for being special in flavour and quality
What's next for you and Analogias Gin - any exciting plan?
Being able to achieve greater reach and confidence in the product. We know that it is a different gin with good quality and flavour and that encourages us to expect more.
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