35,0cl. 40,0% Below are what we consider to be 10 of the best, having consulted our database. All have an aggregated critic score of 90 points or more, and they are as diverse in nature and origin as the botanicals that made them. Enjoy.
70,0cl. 42,0% Juniper, coriander, lemon peel, angelica root and cassia are just some of the flavors that spring to mind when it comes to gin. Originally a herbal tonic developed in the 1600s in the Netherlands, gin is the stuff of lotions and potions, concoctions and elixirs. And several hundred years later, its popularity shows no signs of slowing down in fact the trend for using strange and exotic botanicals is on the up. The emergence of specialist gin bars across the world inventing increasingly weird and wonderful cocktails is testament to the spirit’s versatile nature. Ingredients as diverse as rhubarb, sage and gunpowder tea are often thrown into this new breed of G&T, playing on gin’s ability to oscillate between sweet and savory depending on which botanicals were used in the making.