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An international taste with an all-Italian heart
Fred Jerbis brings the union between past and future to the world, with flavors that arise from the passion for one's territory and the skilful artisan gestures of the past that come to life every day in the Fred factory in Polcenigo, in the heart of Friuli.
Italy is known throughout the world for its excellent cuisine, wine and spirits. Being an ambassador of the Italian liqueur taste in the world means carrying on the tradition and history of our country, promoting the excellence and quality of our products at an international level. An ancient tradition that in Polcenigo, in the province of Pordenone, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, was preserved in an ancient herbarium from 1946 on which Federico Cremasco began to experiment and work. The result is Opificio Fred, the company specialized, with the Fred Jerbis line, in the production of Italian artisanal spirits.
After all, Italian liqueurs are an integral part of our culture and tradition and represent the art and skill of the craftsmen who produce them. Herbalist by day and alchemist by night, Federico is the custodian of a unique story like his creations with a distinctive and inimitable taste.
The diffusion of our products abroad helps to make our culture and our identity known and to promote Made in Italy worldwide. Being an ambassador of the Italian liqueur taste is therefore an important and significant task. Not only does it promote our culture and identity, but it also helps spread the quality and food safety standards for Italian liqueurs around the world. In this way, we can continue to promote the tradition and history of our country and make the excellence of our products known internationally.
When you taste a Gin 43, a Vermut 25 or a Bitter 34, the liqueur triptych of the Fred Jerbis line, rather than the new spirits Gin 7 Acacia Barrel, Fernet 25 Chestnut Barrel, Vermut 16 Cherry Barrel or the new line of liqueurs Fred Alkemil composed of Imperial Curaçao, Bergamot Rosolio, Crème de Cassis, Cherry Ratafia, Maraschino, Creme Violette, Liqueur Peach and Alchermes, you can not only taste a liqueur or a cocktail, but also a territory, an ancient history and culture, renewed by creativity of an innovator like Federico, capable of combining the study of tradition with the desire to experiment, to design from a new perspective to create something original and unprecedented.
Opificio Fred is mentioned in these books:
"G Ingegneria Applicata" is a project that was born with the ambition of offering the reader a contemporary, and as complete as possible, photograph of the world of Italian Gins. In a moment of profound expansion of the Craft Spirits, Lorenzo Borgianni, famous online as "Il GEngineer", accompanies us in the discovery of colonial and medical histories, between botanicals and spices, territories and friendships, traditions and revolutions, with the aim of identify 100 unmissable Gins that characterize our country from north to south, without forgetting the islands. Alongside him on this journey are the pens of two sector journalists, Federico Silvio Bellanca and Giacomo Iacobellis, as well as the illustrations of TheAnimismus. A book to read all in one sip, or to savor one page at a time, just like a gin and tonic.
A book born out of a lucky meeting between Samuele Ambrosi, an award-winning international barman with great experience and a sparkling curriculum, Maurizio Maestrelli, an appreciated journalist and author of volumes on beer and the world of spirits in general, and Serena Conti, a refined illustrator and designers with collaborations that go far beyond the Italian borders.
A book that tells all the charm of gin, a distillate with a long history and immense popularity. Never before has it reached unthinkable heights. A seduction that goes beyond aromas and flavours, beyond technical characteristics and production systems. Behind it there are stories and anecdotes, events that led to its birth or that have affected its evolution, contaminations with politics and the economy and, again, more detailed, but no less fascinating episodes, linked to personalities famous, were these writers, actors, directors, politicians or who knows what else. And it is the knowledge of this "backstage" that makes every sip of gin an emotion and enriches the harmony of the infinite cocktails it brings to life. Realizing this means better understanding the reasons for the real renaissance of mixology and the renewed interest in gin. A distillate on which, today, you have the definitive book in your hands.
Libro Gingegneria Applicata 2.0 di Lorenzo Borgianni
Una sorta di “giro d’Italia” tra i migliori gin in circolazione: a tre anni dalla prima edizione, torna nelle librerie italiane Gingegneria Applicata 2.0 (ed, Il Forchettiere, 228 pag, 15 euro) dell’influencer Lorenzo Borgianni, conosciuto – e seguito, visti gli oltre 100mila followers su Instagram – come “Il Gingegnere”
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