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Advertising Directly from Bremen (Germany) to Denmark. Vicki and Tjalf are the creators of this brand new Gin. On one of their exciting journeys in the world, one day they were at the harbor in Cape Town, seeing some seals lying on the water's edge. Some days before, they had vented the idea of ​​making a fruity gin – they decided it should be with mandarin. After the sight of these seals, the name of the Gin became Seal Gin. Read more at www.seal-gin.com I've been so lucky to be allowed to taste. I first tasted neat: Mandarin! Yes, it can be tasted and scented. There is still the distinctive gin flavor from juniper and a lovely warmth spreads down the throat. My gin tonic: With a Fevertree Mediterranean, a few frozen blackberries and a (and my first 🙈) mandarinpeel-rose 🍊🌹 A really nice fresh and fruity Gin. It's to the sweet side, so I'll try it with a more subdued tonic next time – e.g. an Indian Tonic. Mediterranean itself is a bit sweet. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ #gin #tonic #advertising #sealgin #bremen #denmark #picoftheday #drinkstagram #ginandtonic #gintime #gintasting #ginlovers #ginmail #ginthusiast #gintaster

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