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  • What do I have to do to buy on this B2B online shop?
    The procedure is simple and fast: just click on LOG IN to find a quick form to complete: create your username and password, enter your billing information and wait for the confirmation email of acceptance. At that point you can enter the B2B online shop and buy with a simple click.
  • What are the benefits of BUGIN products for my business?
    The BUGIN project is a bridge between mixology, food, cooking and bbq. Our goal is to make your job easier and allow you to offer a unique experience to your customers. You can choose BUGIN gin to offer them ideal cocktails for a meal. With BUGIN, your chef also has the ideal distillate for marinades at his disposal. You can offer a platter of Piedmontese pork cold cuts in your restaurant that we massage with gin paired with a cocktail. You can put Cocktail Rubs on meat, fish, fruit and vegetables before any type of cooking: bbq, embers, pan and oven. In your menu you can offer a second course of meat with Gin Tonic or a tartare with Martini Cocktail.
  • Where do you ship?
    We ship throughout the European Union. For orders outside Europe, you can write to us at info@bugin.shop in your preferred language.
  • How much is shipping?
    Shipping costs for the B2B channel vary according to the country of destination. Shipping is free if the order exceeds a certain amount. ​ SHIPPING COSTS IN ITALY For orders over € 250,00 (excluding VAT), delivery is free. For orders of less than € 250,00 (excluding VAT), the contribution for shipping costs is charged to the recipient: € 15,00 + VAT for Sicily, Calabria and Sardinia; € 10,00 + VAT for all other regions. ​ In Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, Spain, Slovenia and Hungary, the cost of delivery is € 12,00 (excluding VAT). Over € 300,00 spent (excluding VAT), delivery is free. ​ In Denmark, Greece, Romania, Slovakia and Portugal, the cost of delivery is € 15,00 (excluding VAT). Over € 300,00 of spent (excluding VAT), delivery is free. ​ In Estonia, Ireland, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, United Kingdom and Sweden, the cost of delivery is € 18,00 (excluding VAT). Over € 300,00 spent (excluding VAT), delivery is free. To find out more, access the section dedicated to shipments.
  • Why is BUGIN the ideal gin for combinations with cuts of meat?
    BUGIN gin gives its best in food pairing. Thanks to its herbs usually used little in the kitchen, the BUGIN is complementary to the tastes of the meat. It is distilled with nine botanicals harvested on the Piedmontese hills and Alps: Juniper, Genepy, Arquebuse, Artemisia, Thyme, Achillea Millefoglie, Angelica, Tanaceto and Zedoaria. It is intense on the nose, dry on the palate, slightly fruity. Balsamic and aromatic. The most persistent note is that of thyme.
  • Are cocktail rubs soluble cocktails?
    They are not soluble cocktails and do not contain alcohol. Cocktail rubs are a mix of salt, spices and herbs that should be placed on the cut of meat, fish, fruit or vegetables before cooking them. We created it for every type of cooking: from the barbecue to the grill, from the oven to the pan. We called them Cocktail rub because, through work on the choice and quantity of spices and botanicals, starting with those already present in BUGIN gin, we allow customers to rediscover the aromas and flavors which, from our point of view, identify the three most iconic cocktails: Gin Tonic, Martini Cocktail and Negroni. To take a look at photos, videos and recipes, access the dedicated section.
  • How long should the gin marinade take?
    BUGIN gin, with its nine botanicals from the Piedmontese hills and Alps, was born for combinations with cuts of meat and food. It is a very aromatic distillate. For this reason, in addition to being suitable for all types of cocktails and in particular for cocktails during aperitifs or dinner, it is also at its best in the kitchen: you can use it to blend or marinate meat or fish. For example, put your cut of meat in a vacuum bag or tupperware, with BUGIN gin, a clove of garlic, a sprig of rosemary, salt and pepper. Then let it rest for a variable time depending on the size and type of cut of meat.
  • How long should the marinade with Cocktail rub last?
    Focusing on the meat, the larger the size of the cut, the greater the time that the rub must rest on it before cooking and the amount to add: for example, 15 minutes is enough on hamburgers and fine steaks, while on pork ribs at least 2 hours. Simply open the bag and place the rub on the delicacy you want to cook. You can also use the BUGIN Shaker Rub with different sized holes. Gently massage all parts of the cut of meat with the rub.
  • Is marinating with cocktail rubs an alternative to marinating with gin?
    Yes, dry marinating with Cocktail rub is an alternative to marinating with gin. You can, however, pour a little gin on the cut of meat right before you go over the rub.
  • How do you make gin cured meats?
    We use our gin BUGIN which was born for combinations with cuts of meat: on the market they are the first and only cured meats massaged with gin. We created them in our Tasta Food artisan laboratory in San Mauro Torinese. We produce our cold cuts only with the highest quality Piedmontese pigs. There is no minimum order: you choose the quantity of each salami. In the product sheet we indicate the indicative weight of the whole salami.
  • What's special about BUGIN barbecue sauces?
    BUGIN Cocktail BBQ Sauces are the first and only American-style BBQ sauces that bring together the worlds of mixology and barbecue. ​They are produced in Piedmont by BUGIN, with recipes of herbs, spices and top quality ingredients to recreate the aromatic notes of the most iconic cocktails. ​They contain neither alcohol nor preservatives.​ Take a look at the dedicated section.
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