The distillery Lorenzo Inga carries on a long family tradition of distillers: Gaetano Inga, originally from Noto, began working in 1832 in Serravalle Scrivia and the art of distillation was handed down for five generations.
The Inga family specializes in the production of gin, grape vines, bitter, limoncello, sambuca, amaretto and other alcoholic specialties.
Experience, tradition and research today find a new and interesting accomplishment in the Lorenzo Inga Selection line, which has made it possible to make world-wide known the unmatched softness, the precious perfumes and the flavor of the time of the grappas and liqueurs of the family.
One of the distillery's flagships is certainly Panarea Island Gin, a botanical gin characterized by myrtle and citrus aromas and an elegant and delicate character. The name "Panarea" was thought to be a homage to both the Sicilian origins of the Inga family and their rich cultural heritage, and to the homonymous island, the pearl of the Aeolian, where many of the botanical essences that are involved in the complexity of this gin grow.