An Dúlamán Irish Maritime Gin is the first gin distilled in Co. Donegal. Dúlamán is the name of an Irish folk song that tells a conversation between two algae collectors. The name "Santa Ana" comes from La Duquesa Santa Ana, an impressive Andalusian ship that was lost off Loughros Mor, Ardara, when Philip II tried to enter England in 1588. Five locally harvested algae varieties and six other botanicals form the basis of this gin. Aged in Rioja wine barrels, from the home region of the commander of Santa Ana, the gin takes on a beautiful rose gold tone and a slight sweetness that complements the rich umami notes of An Dúlamán Gin. After ageing, Santa Ana is bottled with an Armada strength of 57% vol.Tasting notes:Colour: pink gold. Nose: Soft, floral, salty marine aromas, notes of spices, liquorice. Taste: Light orange Madeira sweetness, hints of candied peel, fresh blackberries. Finish: Long lasting, warm orange.