Published on May 31, 2023
It’s time to fuel the dream.
Engine Gin is the perfect taste explosion. It is a wheat alcohol, made with spring water and Damask rose. On top, the balsamic notes of Juniperus, completed by the fresh sage flavour. The softly harshness of liquorice give it the perfect taste balance.
Engine Gin is inspired by the world of motors. The ingredients include Alta Langa Sage to chill, Lemon from the Amalfi Coast to energise, Liquorice roots from Calabria to digest, Damask rose to relax, Spring Water to refresh, Essential oils to make it essential, and Juniperus berries and wheat alcohol to make the gin.
Engine is a London dry gin hand-crafted by master distillers, produced in small batches and bottled by hand in the Alta Langa region, in north-western Italy. Its formula is linked with Italian and Piedmont tradition, paying tribute to rosolios, cordials and liquors made from sage and lemon which in the past were ancient digestive remedies. It is produced with 100% organic Italian ingredients.
Engine was born from an idea of Paolo Dalla Mora, entrepreneur in the fashion and spirits sectors, ENGINE celebrates an imaginary made of oil and fuel cans, motocross races and racing vehicles, in memory of the great myths of the 1980’s such as the timeless Dodge Charger, the car baptised the General Lee in the successful TV series The Dukes of Hazzard.
From the cars world, directly to your glass.
The legendary image of Steve McQueen is inseparably tied to the world of motors. Cars, motorbikes, aircrafts. What better cocktail than a variation of the renowned Aviation to celebrate the legend?
50 ml – Engine Gin infused with violette
15 ml – fresh filtered lime syrup
Some drops of Maraschino Cherry liquor
Some drops of sweet violet liquor
Serve straight up in a Nick & Norah coupe glass.
DB stands for Dick Bradsell, legendary barman and inventor of the famous Bramble cocktail. But stands also for David Brown, legendary owner of Aston Martin whose initials are still used today to identify the English brand’s sport cars.
40 ml – Engine Gin
15 ml – Crème de Mûre des Pères Chartreuse
15 ml – Fresh lemon juice
10 ml – Sugar syrup
Garnish: Lemon slice
Serve in an Old Fashioned glass, full of crushed ice and a fresh blackberry.
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Chloe looks after all copywriting and proof-reading for Drink Warehouse UK, working with the Marketing team to deliver educational content to all our customers. She has spent many years in the hospitality sector, moving from behind the bar to now helping venues to stock their own. You can find more from Chloe about beer, cider, spirits, wine, non-alcoholic, soft drinks and RTDs all over our blogs, website, social media and Set The Bar magazine.