The Winslow Gin Mare Gin Club – New York, NY 10003
The Winslow Is NYC Bar Located Near Union Square Park In The East Village & Gramercy Areas of New York, NY 10003
The Winslow is a NYC Bar, and U.K. inspired public house & eatery located minutes from Union Square Park in the East Village and Gramercy areas on New York City. We’re known for our Gin inspired cocktails which can be conveniently paired with our food menu (CLICK HERE For Our Menu).
Our Gin Clubs start at 7pm on select Tuesdays. What you get is a welcome cocktail, introduction to the specialty gin of that week, two more cocktails which you’ll learn how to make on your own, the passing of hors d’oeuvres, lively conversations with other guests and distillers… #ginforthewin.
Gin Mare Brand Info
Gin Mare opens the door to a new variety of gins, with a novel pan-Mediterranean concept that unites the different cultures around this sea representing their botanical stars such as:
Arbequina olives, thyme, basil and rosemary
OUR LIQUID GOLD: THE ARBEQUINA OLIVE
The only one in the world with its own Designation of Origin
OUR MEDITERRANEAN BOTANICALS
Basil from Italy
Thyme from Greece
Rosemary from Turkey
Citrus fruits from Spain
OTHER BOTANICALS THAT MAKE UP THE GIN MARE PERSONALITY
Juniper Coriander Green Cardamom (harvested on farms)
Colección de autor
Gin Mare also elicits the generational evolution of this category via a family with great weight in this work.
Gin Mare is born from a pure Mediterranean environment with our distillery located in an ancient fishing village between the Costa Brava and the Costa Dorada.
CRAFTS IN PRODUCTION
Gin Mare is created using Mediterranean crafts and time, in order to obtain an exceptional gin: from a premium barley base, through delicate maceration and distillation which is independent for each botanical (some, like the citrus carry a harmonization process more than one year) to the authentic blending which expresses all the characteristics of each botanical in the final product.
NAMING GIN MARE
The word “Mare” weighs heavily throughout Mediterranean culture, immediately leading us to “Mar” (“sea”) which is the exact translation in Italian. But further research discovers that its meaning in other languages leads to a more familiar meaning, specifically maternal. At the same time, we must remember a universal concept that would include “Mare Nostrum”, the sea of all the communities living under this magical Mediterranean influence which unites the love of gastronomy, the pleasant climate, a way of life with different values where time runs differently than the rest of the world.
*the description is from the Gin Mare website