THE GIN WITH AN UNUSUAL GENOVESE CHARACTER

Ginuensis Ginuensis owes its name to the Superba not only because it was born from the passion and determination of three young Genoese but also because it wants to pay homage to the trade that over the centuries
have made it one of the most important ports for commercial exchanges throughout the world.

As Genoa , throughout history, has been a city of passage,rich in contaminations, so Ginuensis through the different aromas of its botanicals reveals a surprising, original and decisive character.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRITISH STYLE, ITALIAN SOUL

Ginuensis is therefore deeply rooted in the city from which it originates.

However, with its particular and not at all obvious character, it wants to highlight a lesser known aspect of Genoa, namely its being the most British Italian city.

Perhaps not everyone knows that there are many connections tbetween the Superba and England.

Among the most curious links there is certainly the flag of Saint George which in the 13th century the “Royal Navy” asked the permit to use in order to have their ships protected by the then powerful Genoese fleet against piracy attacks.

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