Breckenridge Gin

Breckenridge Gin

(0.75l, 45%)


7.4/10
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$24.99
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An American-style Gin that smells of a mountain meadow in springtime.
 
Based high in Rocky Mountains of Colorado at an altitude of 9600 feet, Breckenridge Distillery calls themselves “The World’s Highest Distillery.” And yes, we are pretty sure that the pun is intended. If you took a hard look at their impressive range of nine product offerings and more than two-dozen awards — including winning “Distillery of the Year”twice — you might think that they have been around a long time. But Bryan Nolt founded the place in 2007. That makes their achievements even more impressive. 
 
Breckenridge Gin is American-style. If you get three Gin-lovers in a room you will likely get three different opinions about what this means. To us it means a Gin that emphasizes bright citrus and floral notes over the traditional juniper and pepper notes of a classic London Dry Gin. Think of American Gin as leaning towards Negroni and Gin Fizz cocktails, while traditional Gin as more Dirty Martini. They are sister and brother. Make no mistake — Breckenridge Gin has the mix of traditional spices and piney juniper that you want, but with a fresher, clean finish and more floral aromas throughout the experience.

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floral
citrus
spicy
pepper
lemon
pine
lavender
juniper
grain
What does Breckenridge Gin taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Clear 
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Lemon twist and iris blooms.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate 
Good mouth-feel with bright citrus and pine with complex, spicy undertones and lavender.
 
Finish 
Clean and bright with more florals.

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Ratings & Reviews
Paul
Paul,
Either I'm getting old, or my taste is changing, because this is now the second Gin I've had that I've actually liked. Juniper on the front, orange on the back, clean nose (some light notes of citrus.) I'm not quite at the stage of a G&T, but this would be an easy in for me.
 
Jason
Jason,
Nose is of pepper and juniper; however, the taste is a ginger snap in liquid form. The price is perfect for what this is, going to use for winter cocktails.
 
Darren
Darren,
Very nice gin for beginners
 
Frederick
Frederick,
Nice flavor without a strong juniper taste.
 
Logan
Logan,
Fantastic gin. Very clean and fresh taste. The best product that Breckenridge distillery currently offers.
 
Drew
Drew,
Bright orange flavor, a great switch up on gin
 
Samantha
Samantha,
Oof, hard to get past the alcohol for me. Didn't find it very pleasant. Overwhelmingly hot.
 
Timothy
Timothy,
The flavor is VERY muted... non-confrontational booze.
 
Leanne
Leanne,
I first had this at a Whiskey Live event. I loved it! Yes the juniper is strong but this gin we're talking about. There is also some floral notes and the finish that is crisp & light. The aroma is delightful.I actually like to drink it straight because of that. I was thrilled to be able to buy it from Flaviar because at the time I tasted tasted it it was not being distributed in California.
 
Ricky
Ricky,
Better in a G&T than standalone.
 
Jeffrey
Jeffrey,
Too subtle for my taste. Gin IS juniper forward. Folks who don't like that should either skip gin or dilute it with vodka. Gin can be complex and beguiling, but it still needs strong notes of juniper. This gin ain't it.
 
David
David,
What was that? The paper didn't match this description. I tasted corn and barley. Blander than your mom's socks.
 
Joel
Joel,
Bland. This is a spirit for cocktails where you want you something other than the gin to shine. Gin lovers look elsewhere.
 
Kelly
Kelly,
Nice! Not like licking a juniper berry.
 
guest
guest,
SintiĆ³f
 
Barry
Barry,
Subtle but strong.... love this gin for everything
 
Cass
Cass,
Nope. Didn't work for me. Bland. Insipid. I'll stick to Opihr or Botanist.
 
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