Larios & Cia Distillery
Larios’ world-famous reputation actually dates back to 1866, when Charles Lamothe, the French wine entrepreneur, and his Spanish associate, Fernando Jiménez, founded the Jiménez Lamothe Company. Their distilleries in Malaga and Manzanares pioneered the spirits field in Spain. In 1916, the third marquis, José Aurelio Larios, who provided the financial backing to Jiménez and Lamothe, purchased the company and changed the name to Larios & Cía. In 1932, Larios Dry Gin received the name by which it is well-known today.
Lots of fruit on the nose and palate with strawberry notes being most dominant with hints of citrus and soft juniper.
Enjoy with prosecco in a tall glass.