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The Malfy Bottle is decorated using traditional Italian Glass design technique and the stopper is made in Italy from real oak. The Malfy Crest is an interpretation of a famous rowing race held between the four ancient kingdoms of Italy each year. The Malfy Blue represents the Mediterranean and the yellow represents the Italian lemons grown on the coast which gives Malfy the aroma of the zest from a lemon just picked from a tree. Malfy uses a selection of coastal grown Italian lemons - some from Amalfi and some from Sicily to give the gin a fresh and zesty aroma. It also uses Italian Juniper and five other botanicals including coriander, angelica and cassia bark to give it a refreshing bite - perfect on the rocks, in a gin and tonic or with your favourite Italian cocktail - Negroni or Martini.
G.Q.D.I. stands for "Gin Di Qualita Distillato in Italia". It is a stamp and guarantee of quality and origin. Malfy is distilled in a stainless steel vacuum still so the fresh aromas of Italian Juniper and Citrus are retained.
The Distillery is in Moncaliri, just outside the city of Torino - an area famed for its production of wines and spirits. Established in 1906, Torino Distillati is run by the Vergnano family, Carlo, his wife Piera and their children Rita and Valter.
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