Tag: Dry Gin

Gin Review: Boomsma Dry 45% abv

Boomsma Dry gin has a number of enticing qualities. The first is their super smart bottle. The second is that the company has a long distilling history spanning 125 years with the 5th generation currently at the helm. The third is that the recipe for their dry gin is inspired by Beerenburger, a spirit they …

Gin Review: Mary-le-bone 50.2% abv

Marylebone is a stone’s throw away from us here are the London Gin Club, so we were most interested to try the new local gin, Mary-le-bone small batch gin. We were even more intrigued to learn that the company is located on the site of the 18th century Marylebone Pleasure Gardens. We knew there were …

Gin Review: Loch Ness Gin 43.3% ABV

There are three things we like about Loch Ness gin. The first is that it shows the fantastic things that a couple can achieve. It is made by a wife and husband team Lorien and Kevin Cameron-Ross, with said husband spending his days off hand-picking juniper. Passion and commitment, what more can we say, they …

Gin Review: KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin 45.7% ABV

KI NO BI Kyoto Dry gin has us very very excited. We’d heard about it a while ago and were very intrigued by the idea of a Japanese Gin. After all there are Japanese whiskies on the shelves of prestigious Whisky bars rubbing shoulders with the finest single malts and so how would an artisan …

GIN REVIEW: 1897 QUININE GIN 45.8%

This is an interesting gin with, guess what, quinine, or to be precise cinchona bark as a botanical. It sounds obvious and simple, however ideas that after the fact appear simple are oftentimes the most inspired. It has taken some time for a quinine gin to actually happen and for reasons that will become apparent …