List of products by brand Puerto de Indias
Puerto de Indias is a Premium Gin produced in Carmona (Seville) in one of the oldest and most traditional distilleries in Andalusia. Its name refers to the discovery of the Americas, when Seville was becoming one of the main trading ports for the exchange of goods between Spain and the New World. The history of the distillery dates back to 1880, when an immigrant from the Basque Country came to Carmona fleeing the Carlist wars. Settling on the territory that now houses the distillery, he decided to make use of Roman natural underground springs to begin the elaboration of a series of beverages distilled in copper stills using traditional methods. The quality of the finished product is the result of a decision to use only the best raw materials. The strawberries, plants and other ingredients used in the production process are carefully selected from different geographical areas in an effort to obtain a truly first-class product.
Premium Gin 'Pure Black Edition' by Puerto de Indias is produced in one of the oldest distilleries in Andalusia, located in the city of Carmona in the province of Seville. The flavor of this premium is obtained from ingredients of the Andalusian spring. The distillate has a body and flavor particularly suited to consumers with a preference for stronger, bitter flavors. With a crystalline appearance, the gin has a strong hint of juniper and citrus, with notes of selected ingredients such as jasmine and vanilla, as well as light touches of orange blossom. Its flavor is intense and bitter, with an all-round character provided by the juniper.
Premium Gin 'Strawberry' by Puerto de Indias is produced in one of the oldest distilleries in Andalusia, located in the city of Carmona in the province of Seville. The ingredients that give Gin Puerto de Indias Strawberry its characteristic spring flavor are strawberries from Huelva. This region of Andalusia, in fact, is famous for its strawberry production, the largest in Europe. A traditional distillation process that uses old copper kettles from 1880, followed by the addition of fresh strawberries soaked in alcohol from Huelva, which give softness and color to the gin. Alongside the intense notes of strawberry, there is also a soft touch of licorice and a subtle note of citrus, ideal for harmonizing the taste of this singular gin.