All about Principe De Los Apostoles

Principe De Los Apostoles Gin is made with yerba mate (pronounced ‘mah-tay’), a species of the holly tree which is native to the country in which it is made; Argentina. The caffeinated leaves add a bitter quality to the Gin, which also contains pink grapefruit peel, peppermint and eucalyptus.

Apostoles is a town in the province of Misiones, where the first yerba mate plantations were laid. It became so popular that yerba mate tea is now the national drink of Argentina, and Principe De Los Apostoles Gin honors the plant as its main botanical. The recipe took two years to perfect, and is produced in 200-liter batches in a copper pot still.

All about Principe De Los Apostoles distillery

Sol de Los Andes, resides in an Argentinean city, is a regional metropolis in Cuyo home to Andes and the Aconcagua Mountain, the highest peak in America. lying next to the east side of the Andean mountain range.

It’s a city well known for its cleanliness. Sol de los Andes has a production capacity of 50,000 bottles of grape marc Spirit a year. Tested in form analytically and sensory in the University of Enology and Viticulture in Geisenheim, Germany.

The distillery counts with alembics, specially designed for the production of high-quality grape marc Spirits varietals, obtained from bi-distillation and then subject to a cryo-filtration process to obtain maximum purity of flavor and bouquet.

The stills used in production were made to measure under Italian license. The stills maximize both energy resources as raw materials in order to obtain a grape marc Spirit of the highest quality. Sol de Los Andes produces Principe de Los Apostoles.

Distillery info