Bag in Box - Gin - Lordson 3L

  • Taste: very aromatic
  • Style: very aromatic
  • Herkunft:
  • Alcohol content: 37.5% vol. | Content 3 L (corresponds to 4 * 0.75 L bottles)
Bag in Box - Gin - Lordson 3L
Bag in Box - Gin - Lordson 3L

Bag in Box - Gin - Lordson 3L

  • Taste: very aromatic
  • Style: very aromatic
  • Herkunft:
  • Alcohol content: 37.5% vol. | Content 3 L (corresponds to 4 * 0.75 L bottles)
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Regular price €137,80
€11.48 / €12.97 / l l Inkl. ges. Mwst., zzgl. Versand
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Produktdetails

Color: colorless, clear
Nose: juniper
On the palate: very aromatic, juniper, a touch of liquorice on the finish.
Recommendation: Enjoy in long drinks and cocktails.

General information about our bag-in-boxes:

hose, jug, amphora

It was a long way from glass as a luxury good - as in ancient times - to today's mass product, soda-lime glass. This type of glass is used in the manufacture of bottles, packaging, drinking glasses and mirror or window glass (flat glass).
Glass production used to be very expensive and unreliable. Wine, oil, beer and other things were filled in jugs, amphorae or leather drinking tubes. Only the techniques of glass blowing and glass pressing made it possible to produce bottles in large numbers.

But glass bottles have serious disadvantages: they are fragile, heavy, require a relatively large amount of storage and shelf space, are difficult to close (the old "cork problem") and even more difficult to close again after opening, and their environmental balance is not good even with consistent recycling intoxicating.


Good wine in new bottles

A bag-in-box package (literally meaning “bag-in-box”) consists of a plastic inner bag (“bag”) for the liquid and a corrugated cardboard outer packaging (“box”), which protects the bag from mechanical damage and protects against the effects of light. The liquid is drained from the bag via a tap. The content of the bag is reduced without air getting into the bag and without oxidation taking place.
The principle was invented in 1955 as a liquid container by William R. Scholle and probably used for the first time in 1965 by an Australian winegrower as wine packaging.

In New Zealand, Australia or the USA, a significant proportion of wine production is already sold in the bag-in-box. In Scandinavia and Great Britain, in addition to wine, many fruit juices and dairy products are packaged in this way. In Germany, so far mainly popular with discounters with wines from southern Europe and with wine exports from renowned German wineries, the "Bag-in-Box" is increasingly finding friends among us winemakers and connoisseurs.


Bag-in-box beats glass

Bag-in-Box is more environmentally friendly, ecologically and economically cheaper to manufacture, saves weight and volume during transport and storage (thus fuel during transport) and is easy and good to recycle, the bag in the yellow sack and the box in the paper bin. The production, use, filling and recycling of the bag-in-box uses less material, which means around 80% less energy and less water than a glass bottle. All in all, the bag-in-box causes over 80% less CO2 emissions compared to the glass bottle.

In addition, thanks to the principle of the bag and tap, no air can get to the contents even after opening, so the wine can be enjoyed for at least 4 weeks after opening. There are also no negative consequences for the taste from the plastic of the bag - in addition, wine in the bag-in-box cannot cork.

But: Bag-in-Box is not suitable for long-term storage of wine. The bag-in-box with wine should not be stored for longer than two years. That's why we only offer ready-to-drink wines in the bag-in-box.

Bag in Box - Gin - Lordson 3L

€137,80
€11.48 /
€12.97 / l
l
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.