Cross Keys Gin (43%)

Cross Keys Gin is produced in Latvia, Riga by Latvijas Balzams. It’s the same company who produces the infamous Riga Black Balsam, a bitter herbal digestive for which every Latvian is proud of. Cross Keys got its name from the ancient symbol of Riga, part of it’s heraldry. Cross Keys Gin…

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Hendrick’s Gin (41.3%)

Hendrick’s Gin was launched in 1999. It’s produced by William Grant & Sons, famous for its whisky production, Glenfiddich and Balvenie malt whiskies and Grant’s & Tullamore DEW blended ones. Hendrick’s is produced in Girvan distillery in Scotland. Hendrick’s gin is created from eleven botanicals, which are distilled and later added…

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Master’s London Dry Gin (40%)

Master’s is a trademark of Spanish company Destilerias MG. Destilerias is established in Barcelona at 1835 and is still a family owned company, now runned by 5th generation. Master’s Gin have long, three step production process. First spices (juniper berries, coriander seeds and cardamom) are infused with rectified spirit. After 24…

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Greenall’s London Dry Gin (40%)

Greenall’s Gin is produced by G&J Distillers, which is the oldest continuous working distillery in England. It was founded by Thomas Dakin at 1761. Greenall’s is made by eight botanicals: Juniper, Lemon, Coriander, Cassia Bark, Angelica Root, Orris Root, Liquorice and Bitter Almond. Them are been macerated for 8 hours in…

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William Peel London Dry Gin (38%)

I bought this when I wanted to get some cheap london dry gin only for cocktail tasting purposes. Found this William Peel on good discount 11.99€/70cl at Maxima and though it will do the trick. William Peel is a trademark of French company Marie Brizards. William Peel is more known of…

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Nordic Spirits Lab Nordic Gin (41%)

Nordic Spirits Lab is a R & D department project inside Altia Group. NSL explore what belongs to drinking culture and invent new ideas, products and ways to use different alcohols. They also explore how nordicness could be expressed on alcohol drinks. And maybe also to find new hit item to…

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Tanqueray London Dry Gin (43,1%)

Tanqueray Gin was distilled first time in London at 1830 and it was invented by Charles Tanqueray. The production was in London until 2nd world war, when the distillery was destroyed and it was moved to Scotland. The distillery was bought by Distillers Company, who was again bought by Diageo, who…

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Thorn Gin (40%)

Thorn is another gin from Vilnius Degtine, whose flagship product is Vilnius Gin. Thorn is said to be “small batch” product with at least dill and orange peel added to basic gin herbs. It’s bottled with wooden cork and have label with english texts, which is quite rare for Lithuanian products.…

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Vilnius Gin (45%)

Lithuania is not so famous for gins, but there are a few of them. Vilnius Gin is made by Vilnius Degtine and it is another gin which is protected by EU-laws (another one is Plymouth Gin). Vilnius Gin can be produced only in city of Vilnius, Lithuania.Vilnius Gin have been produced…

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Bleu D’Argent London Dry Gin (40%)

Bleu D’Argent comes from Northern-France, Petersbach, close to German border. They named itself as ‘Gentleman’s Gin’, whatever that means. There is 9 different herbs and roots used: juniper, coriander seeds, ginger, lemon- and orange peel, angelica root, lavender, fennel and anis. Distilled on traditional copper still. Purchase price for 70cl bottle…

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