GINEBRA SAN MIGUEL, INC. BRANDS WIN AT MONDE SELECTION

GINEBRA SAN MIGUEL, the world’s largest selling gin, bags its seventh Gold Quality Label from the 2014 Monde World Quality Selections.

Ginebra San Miguel, Inc. (GSMI) flagship Ginebra San Miguel bags its seventh Gold Quality Label from the 2014 World Quality Selections of the Monde Selection International Quality Institute, the world’s most prestigious body that recognizes the highest standards of taste and quality in food and beverages.

Ginebra San Miguel Premium Gin and GSM Blue also received Gold Quality Label awards, while GSM Blue Flavors Brown Coffee and GSM Blue Flavors Mojito got Silver Quality Label awards.

GSMI’s gin brands, led by Ginebra San Miguel, which marks its 180th anniversary this year, have been consistent recipients of Monde Selection’s quality label awards.

“These recognitions received by our gin products are solid proof that GSMI produces the highest quality and most-trusted gins in the world,” said GSMI president Bernard Marquez.

Through the years, Ginebra San Miguel has reaped various national and international recognitions. Its first international award was a Silver Medal from Amsterdam World Exposition in 1883. From then on, Ginebra San Miguel has earned other numerous quality excellence awards including the Grand Prize from Exposicion Paris in 1889 and a Silver Medal from Exposicion Hanoi in 1902.

“For nine generations, Ginebra San Miguel has been the favorite of gin-loving Filipinos and gin lovers all over the world. Our other award-winning gin products Ginebra San Miguel Premium Gin, G.S.M. Blue and G.S.M. Blue Flavors are continuing this tradition of excellence started by San Miguel,” he added.

Aside from quality excellence awards, GSMI ensures the highest manufacturing quality with accreditations from International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) for its bottling plants in Cabuyao, Laguna; Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan; Bago City, Negros Occidental; Cauayan City, Isabela; and Ligao City, Albay.