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Bombay Sapphire
Burton,
This is not my usual drink, but it is crisp and refreshing. Worth a try.
Opihr Oriental Spiced London Dry Gin
Huagang,
Very intense flavours that could be polarizing, you will either love it or hate it. Tasted like cardamom, very bitter finish. You could probably make a unique cocktail with this as well.
Tom Cat Gin
Huagang,
Reminds me of tree sap. It's almost like a hybrid spirit between rum, whiskey, and gin.
No.3 London Dry Gin
Christopher,
Excellent in a G&T
Greenhook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin
Anita,
Deep floral essence. Amazing Gin and Tonic and certainly would be good as a sipping gin!
Aviation Gin
Alexa,
Refreshing.
Boodles British Gin
Zachary,
I really like the herb blend in this Gin. Not to bitter or overpoweringly floral. I can drink it on ice or in a cocktail.
Suntory Roku Gin
Andrey,
Many pronounced flavors and a long cool finish. Elegant with an artistic bottle and presentation
Hendrick's Gin
Zachary,
Makes a very nice cocktail and isn't too bitter.
Fifty Pounds London Dry gin
AJ,
A great tasting Gin. I like it on the rocks, it is a great sipper.
Breckenridge Gin
Bryan,
Smooth and easy to drink with a slight after taste. Not dry enough to use regularly for martinis, but easy to sip.
Hendrick's Midsummer Solstice
Lourdes,
I love this gin! I have always enjoyed gin but this has a lovely floral note that is delicious straight or with tonic. I created a drink using this gin, violet liqueur and a dash of rose water over ice topped with a bit of club sod and garnished with a lemon peel, extraordinary and refreshing!
Bobby's Schiedam Dry Gin
Jennifer,
This botanical gin is amazing. The best gin I have ever tasted. This is best appreciated as is with a little soda water or on its own. It is fresh, spicy, floral, aromatic and just overall amazing.
Suntory Roku Gin
Huagang,
Solid gin when drunken neat, but it really shines when you add it to a mixed drink like a cocktail or spiked juice.
Dictador Treasure Colombian Aged Gin
Charlotte,
The first scents are citrus. Lots of orange and tangerine. Then after it aerated mint came through with some lemon and sweetness. The first flavor was orange with some bitterness. As it sits on the tongue the black pepper and spice come through. Then it finishes with a very floral aftertaste with a hint of sweet. I would enjoy this as a sipper or mixer. It’s very balanced.
Few Barrel-Aged Gin
Charlotte,
The first scents were ginger and cookies. Then as it aired it became lemony with a woodsy pine scent. The first flavor was overwhelming heat and spice. The ginger really comes out with lemon in the aftertaste along with an astringent feel. I would recommend this one as a mixer.
nginious! Vermouth Cask Finish
Charlotte,
This Gin has an amazing floral and citrus aroma. It made me think of spring the instant I smelled it. The first flavor I got was very floral, then heavy on the lemon zest, finishing warm and cinnamon like and very smooth. I really enjoyed this one as a stand alone sipper!
Tanqueray Rangpur
Becca,
Gin for my guests. I don't drink it.
Citadelle Gin
Becca,
I don't care much for gin but this gin is liked by my guests
Perry's Tot Navy Strength Gin
Charles,
Nice and strong- straight to the point, good on the rocks or with tonic water . This is my favorite Gin ( even though I am new to it) normally I drink Beefeaters or Hendricks.
Hepple High Fidelity Gin
PETER,
Am rapidly becoming a gin snob... I found Hepple delightful, the perfect combo of aromatics and juniper to please this aging palate . Worthy of sipping straight, great with Fever Tree Indian tonic water. Probably too nice to make my favorite Negroni... Peter
Breckenridge Gin
Catherine,
Lighter gin, hints of a fruity flavor. Decent gin but not high end.
Knickerbocker Gin
Catherine,
Packs a punch flavorwise. Does leave a fruity aftertaste. Good for one drink, not many consecutively.
Black Button Citrus Forward Gin
Catherine,
It’s okay. This gin has somewhat of a bitter twang to it that I don’t love.
Bloom London Dry Gin
Joseph,
I’m not a fan of gin, but the typical gin flavors of juniper and pine are more offset willing this with a bit of a sweeter flavor. Mixes great in cocktails.
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
Ljerka,
Ideal for drinking straight, without tonic.
The Botanist Islay Dry Gin
James,
This is one of if not my favorite gin. Lots of complexity and interesting layers from all the Isla botanicals. It's lower on the juniper scale too and does very well in boozy, gin-forward cocktails.
Hendrick's Gin
James,
Great all around gin. Lower juniper/pine flavors and definitely super smooth. I use it in basically every gin cocktail you can imagine.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin
Samu,
Good hit of juniper flavour and pure gin taste.
Greenhook Ginsmiths Old Tom Gin
Charles,
Probably the best gin I have ever tasted, and I have tasted some great gins. Wonderful, smooth flavor that begs you to come back for more.
Suntory Roku Gin
Nathaniel,
Flowery and floral like most gin, but also fruity and more flavorful than just botanical.
Spring 44 Old Tom Gin
Britney,
Believe it or not I bought this to make Old Tom Old Fashions which are incredible. I love the soft caramel flavors and sweeter side. It is a great way to experience gin and a needed bottle in my collection.
Freeland Spirits Gin
Britney,
Amazing! You want to really smell this gin first. It is extremely fragrant. It is also abundantly smooth and as flavorful as it is fragrant. Once finished the essential oils linger on your tongue. One of my new favorites, that’s I absolutely love.
Beefeater London Dry Gin
Ray,
Good baseline for what Gin 'should be'
Hendrick's Gin
John,
I love the floral aroma and cucumber notes. It’s not my favorite gin, but it’s close.
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
AJ,
I agree, my new go to Gin. Amazing fragrance, flavor and finish. And it is even comes in a cool looking bottle. Love mine on a couple ice cubes with a thin slice of cucumber.
Tom Cat Gin
Zachary,
This gin gets tastier with every sip 😋
Aviation Gin
Michael,
Smooth low cost gin. LOVE IT
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
Michael,
Love it; citrus flavors and smooth. My go to summer gin with tonic for sipping in the sun
Highclere Castle Gin
Julien,
Great taste, very aromatic
Bloom London Dry Gin
DUELLYN,
Nicely blended botanicals not too heavy on the juniper
Bootlegger 21 New York Gin
James,
Nice balanced gin
The Botanist Islay Dry Gin
Ryan,
The best gin I've ever had. Smooth and full of botanical flavors.
Empress 1908 Indigo Gin
Nicholas,
By itself it’s not the best sipping gin, but as a base of cocktails it’s delicious and the color is extremely entertaining. Definitely recommend
Opihr Oriental Spiced London Dry Gin
Kelby,
Love it. Loads of flavour versus just an ethanol shot. Pepper and spices. Teams well with a tonic like Fever Tree Med as that tonic allows the gin flavours to come through. Very refreshing with a squeeze of fresh lime. Something to look forward to and always a surprisingly enjoyable drink.
Beefeater London Dry Gin
Glenn,
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...
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin
Ryan,
Excellent Gin. Love the taste and finish. My new go to!
Hendrick's Gin
Carlos,
great gin! appreciate the floral notes
Breckenridge Gin
Ryan,
Very strong nose and initial taste. Calms a bit with tonic. Drinkable but not my first choice.
Knickerbocker Gin
Ryan,
Pretty solid, but a little edgy. Toss in a lime and it smooths out into a good GnT.