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It started with a dream, a notion to craft a gin outside all expectations of gin. A spirit that would seduce the palate and sway the soul. Something that could capture the romance of an alluring fl ower petal, the succulence of ripe fruit and the sublime tang of a fresh berry.


Using the world’s most precious botanicals, a custom-designed copper still and a proprietary distillation process, that dream has been realized. NOLET’S® Silver Dry Gin is here. Created by the Nolet family, makers of Ketel One® Vodka, NOLET’S Silver is considered The New Face of Gin™.


taste of gin for Turkish Rose Peach


Also known as Damask rose, it adds a light, refi ned air.


A succulent fruit with Raspberry


delicate fl esh – the peach lends a fresh, sweet fl avor.


The raspberry provides a robust, slightly tart fl avor.


The distillation of NOLET’S Silver is a proprietary process that blends tradition with innovation. To achieve the perfect balance of taste and texture, NOLET’S Silver is made in a custom copper still that combines pot still and column still distillation.


Bob Nolet Carolus Nolet Sr. Carl Nolet Jr.


Botanical ingredients defi ne the character of gin. For centuries that character has been dominated by juniper berries: piney and bitter. The Nolets aspired to develop a gin that was more pleasing to their palates.


So 11th generation sons Carl Jr. and Bob, along with their father, Carolus Sr., 10th generation owner of the Nolet Distillery, began experimenting with exotic botanicals, searching for fl oral and fruit-forward fl avors – an alternative to traditional gins.


Slowly, the right notes emerged, harmonizing with each other beautifully in the glass. The Nolets highlight a few of the signature botanicals: alluring Turkish rose, sweet and succulent peach and robust, slightly tart raspberry.


Signature Cocktails


NOLET’S Silver Dry Gin Martini 1 oz. NOLET’S Silver


Stir NOLET’S Silver with ice in a cocktail shaker. Serve straight up in a martini glass. Garnish with a twist of lemon.


Total ABV: .48 ounces


PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY NOLET’S® Silver 47.6% Alc./Vol. (95.2 Proof) ©2012 Imported by NOLET’S US Distribution, Aliso Viejo, CA.


NOLET’S Silver Dry Gin & Tonic or Soda


1 oz. NOLET’S Silver 3 oz. Tonic Water or Soda Water


Pour NOLET’S Silver and tonic water or soda water into an ice-fi lled highball glass. Stir well. Garnish with a wedge of lime.


Total ABV: .48 ounces


The botanicals in NOLET’S Silver are individually distilled or macerated, allowing each to become fully expressed in its signature fl oral and fruit-forward fl avor. This, combined with a classic dry fi nish, sets NOLET’S Silver apart from other gins.


Following a secret recipe, the signature botanicals are individually infused into a base neutral grain spirit made from the fi nest winter wheat. Then, they are gently blended and allowed to rest in order to achieve the perfect balance.


The family crest adorning the bottle is a tribute to over 300 years of tradition and distilling experience of the Nolet family. Dedicated to the highest standards of quality, a member of the Nolet family approves every batch of NOLET’S Silver before bottling.


NOLET’S® Silver Dry Gin. The New Face of Gin ™.


a new generation.


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