TREMEZZO Lake Como Dry Gin

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TREMEZZO Lake Como Dry Gin is our sartorial Gin created for the very luxurious Grand Hotel Tremezzo, always in the rankings of the most charming places in the world.

Art Nouveau icon located on the western shore of Lake Como, inaugurated in 1910, the first hotel overlooking the shores of Lake Como, it was designed by Enea Gandola for the elite travelers of the time who undertook long overseas journeys in search of art, culture and knowledge and Lake Como was always among the favorite destinations.

It immediately became a point of reference for the international jet-set, welcoming nobles, aristocrats, bourgeois, artists and personalities of great renown who still today - over the decades - confirm their preference for this place of the heart where the beauty of the landscape and Italian architecture also adds the goodness and culture of our good food.

The strengths of the gastronomic offer are in fact the Gualtiero Marchesi Terrace, where for over 25 years the chef Osvaldo Presazzi has been proposing, in keeping with his style, the iconic dishes of the great Master, alongside Giacomo al Lago, an extension of the historic restaurant by Giacomo in via Sottocorno in Milan.

Honored to be part of this exclusive context with our sartorial gin from which we necessarily had to draw inspiration, creating a product that respects the expectations of a property and a clientele that offers and requires excellence in every little nuance.

Floral notes of nearby Villa Carlotta, citrus notes of Calabrian bergamot, spicy note of four different peppers for a gin rich in taste and aroma.

Ideal in a fresh gin and tonic to accompany a light lunch or an aperitif at sunset, or in an elegant martini for after-dinner with the moonlight reflecting on the lake, surrounded by a service and an environment that recalls the atmosphere of the past.

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