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Danziger Gold Vodka (700ml)
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- ABV 40%
Danziger Gold Vodka created by Harry Lee Danziger uses grain vodka as its base being inspired by a traditional Danziger family recipe dating back to 1687. A legend in his own lifetime, in 1935 Harry Danziger explored the Amazon at age 21, was assistant conductor and first violinist with the Indianapolos Symphony Orchestra at 25, a war hero decorated with the Silver Star and the Purple Heart, he later went on to produce over 65 movies with brother Edward. One time owners of prestigious hotels including The Monte Carlo Metropole and London Mayfair, the world famous jewellers Cartier of Paris and a gold mine. The Danzigers have a hundred other achievements to their credit.
The practice of eating gold can be traced back to the Chinese Qing & Han dynasty. Li Shizeng’s "Materia Medica", written in the 1500’s, records the chief benefits of gold in the diet claiming that "…gold calms the nerves, stimulates blood circulation, eases flatulence, relieves muscle inflammation and improves the skin and physique." Gold, is of course totally inert - it is quite harmless to use in food products and has long been thought to impart none of the benefits the Chinese and European alchemists attributed to it. However, recent studies have shown that gold is metabolised by the body as a nutrient. In fact, eating a bit of iron-rich gold is good for health. Gold salts, disodiumauramaleates are used to treat patients with advanced arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory properties described by the Chinese five hundred years ago.
Tasting note: Nice fresh, quite perky grain with some body and substance. Initial light elegance, rapidly opening up with good, light buttery, lower bass notes, a hint of savoury smokiness, balancing sweetness, while retaining control and freshness. Mellow, controlled with a further release of deep grainy notes and subtle sweetness. --
40%Alc./Vol. - Ian Wisniewscki, one of U.K.’s foremost authorities on spirits.
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