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Tanqueray No.TEN Gin
John,
Juniper and orange on the palate. Bitter but crisp finish. Makes for great G&Ts.
Knickerbocker Gin
Kori,
Intense!
Bummer & Lazarus Dry Gin
Darlene,
We like the Gin . It's different from the other Gins. Good and dry. We will buy it again.
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
Iraklis,
To put it simply, I hated Gin but then I tried this one! My tastes will never be the same!
Russell Henry Hawaiian Ginger Gin
Donna,
My husband loves it. He also likes the after taste with his gin and tonic. So bravo. He never likes anything.
Oxley Gin
ASTIN,
Great flavor. Mixes well but makes you want to have it on the rocks with maybe a splash of lime. Never been a big gin guy but this one I truly enjoy!
Sipsmith London Dry Gin
Chase,
Beautiful iteration of London dry gin
Sipsmith Sloe Gin
Jeremy,
The berry taste of the this gin is very good if that's what you're looking for. For me I enjoyed it as a mixer because it is so flavorful. It really adds a noticeable berry flavor to any gin cocktail. On it's own it reminded me of cough syrup. Really good cough syrup.
Black Button Citrus Forward Gin
Craig,
Delightful. So much small great stuff going on -- coriander, florals, citrus [though not, to my taste, "citrus forward," which in this case is a good thing], some sort of soft "bottom" I can't place, but it nearly hints at the maltiness of genever. Not one of those "big" in-yo-face American gins, and all the better for it.
Hendrick's Midsummer Solstice
Matthew,
Color is absent, clear. Nose is floral, with a bouquet of unidentified flowers and lavender dominating. Underneath the floral is the classic Hendrick's Rose and cucumber. First sip is pleasant, floral, gentle. No harsh flavor or finish. The lavender does not overpower but shows. The floral is soft and mildly sweet. Quite pleasant on the rocks. Tonic water becomes very important, however, due to the delicate floral notes. Mixing with too powerful a tonic (i.e. Fever Tree Indian Tonic Water) and the bitterness of the quinine overpowers the notes and they are lost. Diet tonic (i.e. Zevia Tonic Water) also interferes with gentle notes. The right tonic though (Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic Water) enhances the floral notes and makes a refreshingly light and floral drink. Overall, this is a solid Gin, but I prefer classic Hendrick's for its simplicity and Orbium for its uniqueness over this take.
Aviation Gin
Dallas,
Great with just a club soda, less of a juniper taste than I expected.
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
KYRIAKOS,
Great complexity of aromas and taste! The best Gin I have ever tasted! A solid 10!
Boodles British Gin
Jim,
Very smooth, excellent value
Sipsmith London Dry Gin
Keith,
Loved it with fever tree tonic water
Hendrick's Orbium Gin
Kendra,
Fresh and fabulous.
Hendrick's Orbium Gin
Alexandra,
Gin with a shot of absinthe. Gives interesting undertones to your generic G&T.
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
Matthew,
Color is absent, clear. Nose is juniper, sweet, and cardamom. First sip is mild juniper, with balanced tea, sweet, citrus and and other fruit notes. Mixed 3:1 with tonic water, this Gin shines. The tea provides a flavor base, with the citrus notes and now subtle juniper really rounding it out. Overall, very well rounded Gin with a great flavor profile.
Glendalough Rose Gin
Gary,
Loved the product. The flavor was unmistakable.
Greenhook Ginsmiths Old Tom Gin
Allen,
Very tasty. In a martinez it is great. Like it with a similar recipe subbing in cocchi americano for red vermouth. Bright and scary drinkable.
Citadelle Gin
Joshua,
I really love gin, though it’s a dry drink, I mix it with either Dr. Pepper (yes I know, quite strange) or Mango juice and call it a night! This gin is delightful and gets the job done and is by far my second favorite gin!
Dictador Treasure Colombian Aged Gin
Hans,
The strait forward citrus, all though great smoothness, and the sweet orange coming up, a little subtile juniper in the end - makes this a real good gin. It´s great to sip, just as it is, strait from the bottle. Nice!
Opihr Oriental Spiced London Dry Gin
Gareth,
This is amazing! It’s got a wonderful full body sweet taste.
Williams Great British Extra Dry Gin
John,
This was a great Gin, aroma, taste and finish.
Golden Moon Gin
Elizabeth,
A lovely, unique gin. I particularly liked the hint of lavender.
Breckenridge Gin
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.
Bloom London Dry Gin
Brittany,
I'm no gin expert but I really love this stuff! It is indeed floral, light, and delicious with tonic.
Williams Great British Extra Dry Gin
Matthew,
Color is absent, fully clear. Nose of juniper and subtle cinnamon, faint citrus notes. Sipping straight reveals a pleasant sweetness, with the nutmeg and cinnamon showing well following an initial very mild juniper. Every few sips a nice note of lemon flashes through. Very clean dry finish. Biggest flaw: doesn't stand up well at all to tonic. 1.5 oz sample disappeared in 4.5 oz of basic mild tonic water. Rather disappointing considering the nice spice-centric flavor profile and claims to be bursting with flavor.
Suntory Roku Gin
Z,
at this price point its really flavorful really excellent g&t and martinis so smooth and flavorful
Hendrick's Gin
Jim,
Favorite Gin, love it with a little muddled basil and some cucumber
Tom Cat Gin
Sean,
Fantastic gin! The barrel aging gives it a nice, smooth, almost rummy flavor, with a strong juniper taste to remind you you're drinking gin. Deifnitely my favorite gin at the moment, great both straight and with tonic.
Tom Cat Gin
Ro,
Best Tom cat I’ve ever had
Siegfried Rheinland Dry Gin
Sevag,
Subtle botanical flavours with floral undertones. Nice gin but can be easily overwhelmed.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin
Nancy,
I love this gin. Nicely balanced and smooth. Great for a martini, but soft enough that I would not add tonic for fear the tonic would tone it down too much.
The Botanist Islay Dry Gin
Zachary,
So many wonderful floral flavors, incredibly smooth and delicious
Uncle Val's Botanical Gin
Benjamin,
This has quickly become my new favorite gin!
Tanqueray No.TEN Gin
Daphne,
Adds a nice, bright flavor. Perfect mixer. Haven’t tried it straight.
Leopold Bros American Small Batch Gin
Michael,
Definitely Juniper in there, normally not something I go for, but it is muted with a mouthfeel that brings to mind essences of a soft botanical, not a biting juniper.
Hendrick's Gin
Chip,
My favorite Gin, hands down.
Martin Millers Strength
Michael,
Solid! Crisp. Clean.
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
Chase,
A solid spin on London dry gin. It's like if Plymouth had some extra pizazz
Hendrick's Midsummer Solstice
rebecca,
One of my favorite gins. Incredibly pleasing floral notes. I like it over ice or in a gimlet.
Tom Cat Gin
Leah,
Really fascinating complex flavors. Good sipping gin. Sweet but not cloying, slight medicinal nose, but does not come through on the palate.
Etsu Gin
Richard,
One of the best gins ever!!!
Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin
Enrico,
It is good...really. Crisp and fresh with an enjoyable floral aftertaste. Nothing else is needed, no tonic and no ice....
Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin (1L Bottle)
Derrick,
Tastes amazing! Very good buy!
Tom Cat Gin
Teagan,
This was definitely the sweetest gin I've tasted, and for me that's not necessarily a positive thing. Coming from much more herbal and floral gins, this wasn't really what I was looking for. However, what others here are saying is true: it feels more like a sweet bourbon or rum, except with a juniper base. If those are your shtick then I imagine you'll be quite happy.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin
Rene,
Bought it for a friend as apology, worked like a charm.
Bombay Sapphire
Casey,
Standard is the word. While it is most certainly not the pinnacle of distilling, there is good reason for it to be widely recognized and stand out as a staple among value brands.
Opihr Oriental Spiced London Dry Gin
Craig,
Spectacularly idiosyncratic. So many unexpected spices in a gin: coriander, cumin...that stuff called "cubeb" that seems to comprise cinnamon and Silk Road camel dander. Big lemon pepper greeting. A sipping gin for the daring.