Guide to tasting gin like an expert - Bruni Collin´s

Gin Bruni Collin’s España


Complete guide to tasting gin like an expert

Tasting Gin

Welcome, gin enthusiasts! Today, we delve into the fascinating world of gin tasting, focusing on our cherished Bruni Collin’s gin. Together, we’ll discover how to appreciate every nuance and flavour of this exquisite beverage, considering key aspects such as temperature, glassware, aroma, and, of course, taste. Prepare your senses for an unforgettable sensory journey!


Let’s start with a crucial factor: temperature. Bruni Collin’s gin reaches its peak flavour expression between 10°C and 12°C. If it’s too cold, some of its aromatic nuances and subtle flavours may be lost. On the other hand, if it’s too warm, the alcohol can overpower the experience. Therefore, we recommend serving it slightly chilled, but not frozen.


The glass you use to serve your gin also plays an important role in the tasting experience. Opt for a balloon glass or gin glass, which allows the aromas to concentrate and provides a better sensory appreciation. Avoid tall and narrow glasses, as they do not capture all the nuances of the gin.


Before tasting, take a moment to appreciate the gin’s aromas. Gently bring the glass to your nose and breathe deeply. Let the citrus, herbal, and spicy aromas envelop you, revealing the complex layers of Bruni Collin’s gin. This step will prepare you for the tasting experience to come.


Finally, we arrive at the most anticipated moment: the taste. Take a small sip of your gin and let it spread across your palate. Savour each note, from the citrus and floral hints to the subtle juniper and spice nuances. Allow yourself to explore and discover the various flavours this premium gin has to offer.

Now that you know the secrets to tasting Bruni Collin’s gin like a true expert, it’s time to enjoy it at its best. Elevate your moments of pleasure with this exquisite drink and create unforgettable memories with your loved ones!