Distillation Process


Latin Gin is crafted in Italy, where the origins of gin can be traced back to twelfth century monks of Salerno. During this formative period for Western culture, Italian monks added juniper to produce their distillation of ‘aqua vita’ or ‘water of life’. Gin was born.


Today, Latin Gin is a work of modern craftsmanship produced in the foothills of the Italian Alps. Distilled by a century-old family business that has perfected the art of spirits production using vacuum distillation, also called cold distillation. This method uses a lower temperature avoiding heat related degradation of the product for better flavor retention.


Latin Gin is created with uncompromising attention to every detail. Botanicals, tropical fruits, and citrus handpicked at the peak of freshness are processed over several days of continuous extraction to preserve the fresh aromatic profile of each ingredient. Expertise and time are fundamental to perfecting the process of layering the various botanicals into each distillate.


The organoleptic result of this process is excellence in aromas, roundness and cleanliness. It exalts the other characteristics of the product with the featured botanicals the protagonist in each expression of Latin Gin. The master distiller’s heritage of art, culture, and design, imbue the final spirit with sophistication and each bottle a masterpiece of tradition.


A great gin is a work of art, and the object that contains it must reflect the beauty of the inside. The iconic Latin Gin bottle is an artistic sculpture, designed with unparalleled precision by a renowned digital sculptor and bottled in France using the finest flint glass. Drawing inspiration from Latin Art Nouveau and Latin Art Deco, the bottle invokes a time of ultimate creativity and opulence.