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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Beefeater London Dry Gin
Smooth, tasty, great for mixing.
Don't really enjoy it neat. But works well in cocktails – I find the flavor notes are very easy to balance.
My favorite gin for G&T's with lemon or lime.
A friend of mine and I literally destroyed a bottle of this after consuming the whole thing. It was good enough to drink straight and have a fun night.
An, OK Gin but not my preference
This a a good, easy drinking gin that mixes well for martinis, Tom Collins, and G & T.
My favorite gin.
Great gin for G&T's,
I'm not a straight gin drinker
Crisp Clean, Good price, Earthy Pine Trees with some Lemon zest.
A base of what a solid gin should aspire to be. Great value-to-cost ratio. While it won't surprise you in any way, its straightforward juniper notes work well with a bit of tonic and are a perfect match to a meat-heavy meal.
If it is the 47% abv version, it is seriously hard to beat this gin when it comes to flavor, price, and abv content. If its the 44% abv it will slightly disappoint when it comes to flavor, and fall flat.
Crisp and clean, excellent choice for a martini
You could smell the sweet in it. It is no doubt dry. Taste just like the price. I would use it for a mix drink for sure. Worth the buy.
classic London dry gin. juniper, citrus, dry.
Solid gin, easy drinker
Nice solid gin, from a gin newbie. Juniper is not predominant.
A clean and crisp gin, with plenty of "space" to allow mixers to show their character. Excellent for mixed cocktails such as a martini with a full favored vermouth such as Dolin Extra Dry.
i like, dry but not too dry
a fine, mild mixer; not recommended for sipping or for even a basic g&t
Good baseline for what Gin 'should be'
Not a fan of gin anymore but have it for people who like gin & tonic. I was a Bombay Sapphire drinker in my early 30's...
If you want a good London Dry Gin, you can't go wrong with this one.
Smooth, tasty mainstay. Great standard gin.
Nice nose, citrusy,spicy ,smooth. It’s good stuff and affordable.
It doesn’t stand out in terms of complexity, smooth enough. Seems as baseline gin.
Classic London Dry gin. Juniper and citrus. Solid bottle
Very light profile
My old school Gin of choice. All these newbie brands come and go. Beefeater stands the test of time.
Great in gin and tonic
Classic, above average easy drinking gin
My dads favorite. I can’t drink it neat because it comes off like rubbing alcohol but mix it in a G&T or a wet martini and it’s among the best.
Strong but laking in flavor.
Dry - perfect for the quintessential G&T.
Basic gin - not too many flavors
Perfect gin as cocktail base. A staple in my home bar. Not too complex yet delectable.
A good gin for mixes. Now that I've tasted better (Glendalough!) I will never use this for a home martini again.