PUERTO DE INDIAS STRAWBERRY GIN, THE ORIGINAL STRAWBERRY GIN, WINS COVETED GOLD MEDAL AT SFWSC - Food & Beverage Magazine

PUERTO DE INDIAS STRAWBERRY GIN, THE ORIGINAL STRAWBERRY GIN, WINS COVETED GOLD MEDAL AT SFWSC

Puerto de Indias is proud to announce the brand is adding to its growing stable of impressive awards for its signature Strawberry Gin by claiming a coveted Gold Medal at the 2021 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Hailing from Seville, Spain, Puerto de Indias Strawberry Gin is a nonconforming, disruptive gin that has taken the category by storm, both in its homeland of Spain, throughout the U.S. and on the world stage.

 

Founded in 2000, the San Francisco World Spirits Competition is the oldest, largest, and most influential competition of its kind. Highly regarded throughout the world by industry experts, retailers and on-premise decision makers and ultimately consumers, the San Francisco World Spirits Competition is noted both for the quality of its judges – renowned experts in their fields, with decades of industry experience – and the scope of the different spirit categories that it judges.

 

“Our Puerto de Indias Strawberry Gin is the first and best-selling strawberry gin in the world,” says Juan Miguel Perez-Ilzarbe, International Development Director for Puerto de Indias. “Beginning with our launch in Spain eight years ago, Puerto de Indias is credited with giving birth to a completely new category of rosé gins. Winning Gold at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition is a true testament to the quality and craftsmanship of our flagship strawberry gin!”

 

Puerto de Indias, a true pioneer in innovation, crafted this extraordinary Strawberry Gin through the expert blending of delicate citrus and juniper Gin with fresh distilled strawberries. The result is a wonderfully accessible gin with a deliciously fresh and subtle taste of strawberry and a visually stunning pink color that dares to be different.

 

Puerto de Indias Strawberry Gin is currently in the U.S. in Florida, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Illinois, and Georgia. A 750ml sells for a suggested price of $24.99.