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Casa Salvia Gin

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Casa Salvia Gin


About Casa Salvia Gin

I don’t often come across gins made in Mexico, so I was really excited when I found Casa Salvia Gin. This gin is made from 100% cane neutral spirit, and features four botanicals: Salvia (Sage), Toronja (Grapefruit), Enebro (Juniper), and Menta (Mint).

Bottle Specs

❖ Spirit: Mexican Gin

Distillery: Product of Mexico and Imported by Saranty Imports

❖ ABV: 40% (80 Proof)

❖ Moderate Price

Tasting Notes


❖ Nose: Orange, Mint

Taste: Sweet Mint, Grapefruit, Light Juniper, Floral. Overall flavor is sweet at first, turns bitter with the citrus and juniper and finishes sweet.

Finish: Long, Sweet Mint, Light Juniper

Clear liquid in a glencairn glass


Yield: 1 drink

Salvia Fizz

light pink liquid in a tall glass with grapefruit slices and sage garnish


  • 1 1/2 oz Gin
  • 3/4 or 1 oz Grapefruit Juice
  • 1/2 oz Lime Juice
  • Lemon Lime soda
  • Sage and grapefruit slices for garnish


  1. Add gin, grapefruit juice and lime juice to a shaker, fill with ice and shake until chilled.
  2. Strain into a tall glass filled with ice and top with lemon lime soda.
  3. Garnish with a sprig of sage and grapefruit slices

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Although Casa Salvia Gin has a straightforward flavor that makes it a decent option for a variety of cocktails, I was inspired by the botanicals to create this recipe for a Salvia Fizz. After experimenting with various citrus fruits, I settled on the classic combination of grapefruit and lime. While the more balanced measurement of grapefruit juice is 3/4 oz, I personally enjoyed using a full ounce, as it provides a stronger tartness and grapefruit flavor.

Bottom Line


Since I had no Prior knowledge of the brand and this was my first experience with a gin from Mexico, I wasn’t sure what to expect form Casa Salvia Gin. However, I was quite impressed with its quality. The citrus, mint, and juniper notes are consistently present throughout the tasting experience, and hold their own against other ingredients in cocktails. I would have liked the sage to be more prominent, but the overall flavor still has a pleasant floral and herb quality. One minor issue I had was the inconsistency in the sweetness when drinking this gin neat. Nevertheless, I still recommend Casa Salvia if you’re looking for a reliable gin, and I’m happy to see there is a market for more international gins.

As always, drink responsibly.

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