The Sabatini family estate is located in the stunning province of Arezzo, Tuscany. It is a place of congregation for the Sabatini family where they spend their summers enjoying the warmth of the Tuscan sun and the view of the picturesque countryside. Father Enrico Sabatini, his two sons, Niccolò and Ugo and cousin Filippo, inspired by their summers at the family estate, decided to create a Gin which complied with the same rules and method of the ever popular London Dry Gin, yet which had aromas and flavours that would transport them back to Tuscany! Thus wherever the world would take them, no matter how far, they would always be connected.

They picked their botanicals according to what they could find in the gardens of the estate and what to them represented the quintessential flavours of Tuscany. The nine botanicals used in Sabatini Gin are therefore Tuscan Juniper, Coriander, Sage, Wild Fennel, Olive leaves, Lemon Verbena, Orris, Thyme and Lavender. All but Tuscan Juniper are home grown, which is picked from a few select sources around the region. The distillation of the Sabatini Gin takes place under the expert supervision of eighth generation Master Distiller, Charles Maxwell.  The renowned Maxwell family have been producing premium spirits for over 300 years. Together with Maxwell’s wealth of experience and knowledge and the Sabatini family’s passion for Tuscan produce, the Sabatini Gin is a unique product of the highest quality that embodies the spirit of Tuscany through the aromas and flavours of fresh Tuscan herbs.

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Cocktail Recipe:

Sabatini Martini
By Alessandro Palazzi

The Dukes Bar at The Dukes Hotel

110ml Sabatini Gin, straight from the freezer
15ml Extra Dry Vermouth
2 drops Fennel  Flower Infusion
Zest of Lemon

To make the perfect Martini, put your glass and your gin in the freezer at -27 degrees. When you’re ready to serve, pour the ingredients into your cold glass and squeeze the essential oil from the lemon peel over the surface of the drink, then slip the peel into the drink and enjoy.