Barrister Mumbai Gin - a tribute to the magical city of Mumbai, home of the first and true gin and tonic. In the year of the 60th anniversary of the twinning of St. Petersburg and Mumbai, LADOGA released the first Indian gin among the Russian ones.
On April 28 the novelty was presented in a festive atmosphere of the Indian gastronomic bar ‘’Oh! Mumbai” in the center of St. Petersburg. The event was attended by Kumar Gaurav, Consul General of India in St Petersburg, Leonid Garbar, Vice President of the Federation of Restaurateurs and Hoteliers of Russia, Vladimir Lenshin, founder of the school of bartenders "Dot the comma" and former presenter of Radio Europe Plus, as well as authors of TV channels and blogs in social networks of both capitals. “The new gin is a real work of art” - the consensus among the guests.
The atmosphere of noisy, vibrant and always in motion Mumbai is embodied in the original design as well as in the novelty recipe. Mumbai Gin - the 10th anniversary in the Barrister family - is available in a volume of 0.7 liters. The first batch of the drink was 3,000 bottles. Recommended price = 1199 rubles. This gin is already available in LADOGA Wine and Monopol.
BARRISTER Mumbai Gin is made on the basis of carefully selected botanical ingredients - juniper berry, a mixture of black and allspice peppers, nutmeg, angelica, almonds, cubeba pepper, coriander, cumin and cardamom. A unique ingredient - quinine bark extract -gives this gin the authentic bitterness of the original Indian Tonic waters. The unique taste with its perfect balance of bitterness and long sweet-tart aftertaste stimulates the appetite and aids digestion, making it an ideal aperitif.
BARRISTER is the number one gin in Russia*. The secret of success lies in the use of separate distillation of aromatic spirits. To highlight the unique aroma and flavor of natural botanicals, the aromatic spirits are created separately from each ingredient. Then, a complex blend of aromatic spirits is blended in various proportions according to a unique recipe based on the English classical tradition of gin production. The addition of quinine bark extract makes it easy to create that iconic Indian Gin & Sonic with a distinctive Indian flavor by simply adding soda to the mix. This version of the cocktail is sugar-free and less calorie-dense. It also keeps the food cost reasonable.
For the perfect serving of BARRISTER Mumbai, simply add soda to taste to your Indian gin! A slice of cucumber will soften the bitterness and add freshness to your cocktail.
*according IWSR’s 2021 report for Russia