Gin

Gin is flavored vodka. The most usual production method for gin is to distill botanicals, such as juniper, coriander, citrus peel, cinnamon, almond or liquorice, with neutral grain alcohol. Making gin is like flavoring vodka, except that botanicals are always natural.

For those unfamiliar with drinking gin, it could be an intimidating liquor to get into. Due to its complex flavors (most are made with at least 10 botanicals), it's not as often mixed into fruity drinks like, say, vodka or rum. Gin can be enjoyed on the rocks or straight, and is most commonly mixed with tonic water, soda water, or ginger ale. These mixers are neutral enough in taste that you can still enjoy the unique flavor of the liquor while adding carbonation that can ease the bite of each sip. It can also be made in a martini with vermouth, if that's more your style.


Hendrick's Midsummer Bottling Note Inspired by the glory of a midsummer day, this limited editio...
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Míl Gin captures the essence of this expedition, using pure Irish gin with the taste of the sunny...
$588.00
A premium small batch gin created by William Grant & Sons in Scotland. Hendrick sources the b...
$365.00
Just Another Gin? Certainly Not! Admittedly, it appears somewhat eccentric to claim that a recipe...
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Unlike other London Dry Gins available today, our True English London Dry Gin is distilled to a 1...
$185.00
A third variation of Tanqueray's Classic London Dry, bottled at 47.3%. We found even the slight ...
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