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The Largest Tasting of Gin in the World, Ever.

The Fifty Best Gin Tasting

 

The Tasting:
The Fifty Best held a “blind” tasting of 57 gins with 15 pre-qualified judges. The gins were judged and scored separately. Strict tasting rules were applied. The order of service was established beforehand by lottery. Each of the gins were poured into fresh glasses from new sealed bottles, and served at slightly above room temperature. Only ice water, neutral unflavored crackers and chips were available to cleanse the palate. The judges tasted through eight flights of 7 gins. There was a food break after the fifth flight.

The judges wrote down their impressions of each product on score sheets. The scoring was done on a 5-point system, with 5 as the best. Double-Gold, Gold and Silver medals are awarded according to a set range of final point scores received from the judges. There were no bronze medals awarded for this tasting. The tasting notes that follow are summaries of the judges’ opinions, with all replicated commentary eliminated. The states and countries of origin are identified for each brand.

 



DOUBLE-GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

Back River
(Maine, U.S.)

Nose: Lemon/lime, cranberry, rose petals, floral juniper, grass, celery, cinnamon, bark.
Palate: Lemon peel, grapefruit, berries, dried fruit, juniper, lavender, caraway seeds, pink peppercorns, black pepper, cinnamon, herbs, mint, pine, resin.
Finish: Cinnamon, star anise, juniper, lemon, dried citrus, citrus, floral, herbal, grain, peppery, spice, clean.


Double Gold Medal
Double Gold medal



   Back River Gin



Black Robin
(New Zealand)

Nose: Lemon, citrus, apple, pear, juniper, soft floral character, powdered sugar, cucumber, sage, light spearmint, herbaceous, white pepper, coriander, clove, Indian spices, pine, grassy.
Palate: Lemon peel, lemon zest, citrus, elderflower, cucumber, sage, mint, spearmint, anise, pine, subtle botanicals, light, creamy, balanced.
Finish: Orange peel, cucumber, ginger, mint, spice, smooth, dry, clean fresh profile.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Black Robin Gin



RHok
(Colorado, U.S.)

Nose: Tangerine, anise, licorice, cinnamon, light herbal.
Palate: Lemon custard, lemon peel, lemon grass, sweet corn, honey, linzer tart, lavender, flower petals, dried flowers, dry tea leaves, clove, cracked black pepper.
Finish: Bergamot, lavender, juniper, black pepper, herbaceous, robust, soft, smooth, classic.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



RHok Gin



McCormick London Dry
(Missouri, U.S.)

Nose: Lime, lemon, juniper, floral, botanical, herbal, anise, grass.
Palate: Citrus, zesty, juniper, coriander, anise, mint, violet candy, floral, hops, peppery, clean, well balanced.
Finish: Light juniper, spicy, surprisingly sweet, mineral, soft, smooth, lively.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



McCormick London Dry Gin



Liberator
(Michigan, U.S.)

Nose: Bright lemon, lime, orange, juniper, floral, chai tea, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, spicy, cassia bark, tannin, wonderful.
Palate: Juniper, star anise, dried flowers, pollen, floral, cinnamon, cardamom, garam masala, clove, toasty, chopped wood, pine, cedar, delicious.
Finish: Soft vanilla tones, banana, rose, sweet spice, spice cake, clove, garam masala, pine, creamy, velvety.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Liberator Gin



Aria Portland Dry
(Oregon, U.S.)

Nose: Herbal juniper, frosting, cinnamon, lavender, flowers, grass in spring, bright, lively.
Palate: Lemon, light lemon peel, grassy, gentle juniper, juniper berry, rosewater, honey, nutmeg, spices, cassia bark, white pepper, pepper, earthy.
Finish: Herbal, grassy, sweet citrus, slight lemon, cardamom, spice, touch of black pepper.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Aria Portland Dry Gin



Fenimore
(New York, U.S.)

Nose: Juniper, mint, Juicy Fruit gum, chocolate, powdered sugar, licorice, anise, cumin, allspice, cracked red pepper.
Palate: Lemon, violet, Noël spice, mint, spearmint, anise, black licorice, pepper corns, pepper, brown sugar, creamy, cocoa, coffee, chalk, moss, very tasty.
Finish: Mint, licorice, anise, menthol, eucalyptus, creamy, toast, clean.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Fenimore Gin



Norseman
(Minnesota, U.S.)

Nose: Lime soufflé, watermelon, elderflower, floral juniper, mojito, caraway, bark.
Palate: Lemon peel, lemon, kafir lime, tangerine, vanilla, Danish pastry, cherry pie, cola notes, spiced tea, mint, spearmint, creamy.
Finish: Earl Grey tea, lemon iced tea, lemon-tinged sugar cube, orange peel, honey, ouzo, creamy, silky, pleasant, delightful.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Norseman GIn



Deep Wells
(New York, U.S.)

Nose: Lemon oil, juniper, spearmint, herbal, clove, meringue pie, grass.
Palate: Lime peel, juniper, cherry, dried cherry, acai berry, herbal tea, honeyed crackers, spice cake, anise, lavender, floral, peppery, pine.
Finish: Violet, juniper, floral talc, orange, peel, pistachio oil, anise, eucalytus, mint, pepper, spice, full flavored.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Deep Wells Rum



Nordic "Nordisk"
(Denmark)

Nose: Dried cherry, Juicy Fruit gum, juniper, gardenia, rose, violets, floral, herbal, sage, pepper, pine, grassy, powerful.
Palate: Lemon, dried peach, mango, plum, nectar, cracked juniper, violet, dried flowers, floral, wheat grass, herbal, basil, cardamom, coriander, pink peppercorn, menthol.
Finish: Juniper, citrus, lavender, floral, English tea, licorice, pepper, spicy, brown spices.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Nordic Gin



Cricket Club
(Oregon, U.S.)

Nose: Lemon peel, lemon, orange blossom, orange, Earl Grey tea, pollen, toasted oats, pine.
Palate: Orange, orange zest, lemon bar, lemon peel, peach cobbler, cream, custard, sweet corn, anise, mint, pine.
Finish: Creamy, lemon curd, lemon-lime, orange, citrus, rose, floral, slight spice, resin, woody.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Cricket Club Gin



Hendrick's
(U.K.)

Nose: Whole lemons, lemongrass herb tea, basil, fresh herbs, juniper, floral, anise, cinnamon, clove, chartreuse, grenadine.
Palate: Citrus, cherry, crème brûlée, floral, basil, grassy herbs, rye, anise, mint, light juniper, nicely done.
Finish: Fruity, rose, floral, pepper, spice, mineral, wet stone, soft, bright, excellent.


Double Gold Medal
   Double Gold medal



Hendrick's Gin



GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

Zuidam Dutch Courage Dry
(Holland)

Nose: Lime, peppered lemon, sun-dried fruit, subtle fruit, cane syrup, grass, diviner's sage, balsam wood.
Palate: Orange peel, lemon, lemon zest, citrus, berry, juniper, rose, dried flowers, grassy, coriander, mineral.
Finish: Orange, citrus, white pepper, pepper, smooth.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Zuidam Dutch Courage Dry Gin



Caorunn
(Scotland)

Nose: Floral, light juniper, coriander, touch of caraway, delicate.
Palate: Floral, lavender, juniper, aquavit, black tea, creamy, smooth.
Finish: Slight mint, peppery, refined, ornate, great, perfect.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Caorunn



Battistella
(New York, U.S.)

Nose: Vanilla, buttery, butterscotch, creamy, orange cream, fruit cobbler, coffee cake, pastry, toasted bread, herbal, spices, mineral, wood.
Palate: Violet, dried flowers, orange flower, lemon peel, juniper, herbal, citron, pastry, whipped cream, custard.
Finish: Fruity, butter, floral, wintergreen, resin, silky.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Gin by Battistella





Greenhook Ginsmiths American Dry
(New York, U.S.)

Nose: Ripe papaya, honey nectar, floral, juniper, Himalayan salt, mineral, cotton, wheat.
Palate: Lemon, lime zest, citrus, cucumber, yams, bitters, cracked juniper, rosewater, anise, basil, mint, herbal, tea, grain, pink peppercorns, oaky.
Finish: Cucumber, grass, floral, peppery, spicy, minerals, enjoyably smooth.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Greenhook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin





Rolling River
(Oregon, U.S.)

Nose: Citrus, honeydew melon, dates, floral, wild flowers, spearmint, grassy field, mineral, stony, subtle.
Palate: Lemon peel, lemongrass, melon, cucumber, papaya, molasses, maraschino liqueur, custard, pastry, grain, peppercorn, anise, mint, herbal.
Finish: Fruit, papaya, tart, herbs, juniper, mineral, clean, mild.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Rolling River Gin





Hacienda
(New Mexico, U.S.)

Nose: Lemon peel, gumdrops, brown sugar, juniper, cinnamon, lavender, herbal, edamame, nutty.
Palate: Citrus, juniper, cilantro, black licorice, cinnamon, Noël spices, dried flowers, clover, menthol, dry, pleasant.
Finish: Anisette, almonds, citrus, black tea, menthol, juniper, semi-spicy.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Hacienda Gin



Monopolowa
(Austria)

Nose: Hint of whole lemon, lemongrass, lemon zest, juniper, vanilla frosting, subtle grain, sage, tree bark.
Palate: Lemon curd, citrus, fruit, vanilla, honey, juniper, herbs, mint, clove, spice, baking spice, wood, silky, nicely balanced.
Finish: Citrus, vanilla, licorice, spice, black pepper, pine oil.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Monopolowa Gin





Uncle Val's Restorative
(California, U.S.)

Nose: Lemon peel, lemon, mandarin orange, berry, dates, persimmon, subtle fruit, hints of juniper, lilac.
Palate: Orange, tangerine, citrus, pineapple, juniper, rose, tea, anise, licorice, cloves, menthol.
Finish: Juniper, fruity, white pepper, very smooth, classic.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Uncle Val's Restorative Gin





Ruby River
(Montana, U.S.)

Nose: Vanilla pudding, dates, raisins, juniper forward, cucumber, subtle violet, cinnamon, cardamom, celery salt, pepper, bark, leather.
Palate: Grassy, violets, floral, herbs, cardamom, rosemary, cloves, cooking spice, poppy seed, anise, ouzo, mint, pine, custard, light citrus, layers of flavor.
Finish: Vanilla bean, vanilla, dried fruit, raisin, rosewater, violet, floral, saffron, eucalyptus, peppery, pine.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Ruby River Gin





Langley's No. 8
(U.K.)

Nose: Cinnamon, juniper, white pepper, oregano, sweet herbs, lemon peel, cucumber, honey, hint of berry.
Palate: Juniper blossom, citrus, kaffir lime, lemon, cucumber, dill, anise, pepper corn, white pepper, black licorice, mint, menthol, creamy.
Finish: Eucalyptus, cucumber, lemon, citrus, rosewater, mineral, soft, beautiful crescendo.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Langley's No. 8 Gin



Blaum Bros.
(Illinois, U.S.)

Nose: Grassy, sweet grass, tea, Earl Grey tea, grain, wheat, toast, rice pudding, honey, clove.
Palate: Honey, dark raisins, flowers, anise, licorice, cracked juniper berry, pine, bergamot, tea leaves, tannins, Thai rice, silky.
Finish: Herbs, spice, pepper, menthol, bark, soft.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Blaum Bros. Gin





Healy's
(Montana, U.S.)

Nose: Orange marmalade, lemon cream, honey, sweet cream, bergamot, anise, wintermint, menthol.
Palate: Citrus, lemon, orange blossom, sweet corn, Earl Grey tea, clove, rose, floral, herbal, well-balanced.
Finish: Lemon, Earl Grey tea, dried flowers, cream, toast, smooth.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Healy's Gin





BLOOM
(U.K.)

Nose: Hints of lime, lemon zest, fruity, juniper, lavender, licorice, clean.
Palate: Lemon, herbal, lavender, jasmine, honey, sage, curry, cardamom, coriander, clove, grain, hops.
Finish: Lemon, citrus, vanilla, burnt sugar, creamy, mineral, white pepper, soft.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



BLOOM Gin





Fremont Mischief
(Washington, U.S.)

Nose: Jackfruit, grapefruit, sugar cane, juniper, licorice, floral, grain, spice, pine.
Palate: Juniper, orange, citrus, honeysuckle, grassy, bamboo shoots, sage, anise, herbs, grain, spice, clove.
Finish: Orange, flowers, herbs, soft, smooth.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Fremont Mischief Gin



Coppercraft
(Michigan, U.S.)

Nose: Graham cracker, juniper, cinnamon, grapefruit, mint, pine.
Palate: Citrus, watermelon, juniper, flowers, grassy, spice, peppery, well balanced, mellow.
Finish: Orange, peel, rose, floral, white pepper, mellow.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Coppercraft Gin





Deception
(Washington, U.S.)

Nose: Vanilla, cream, butter, crème brûlée, banana, lemon, lime, citrus, herbal, vegetal, chardonnay, mineral.
Palate: Cream, custard, vanilla frosting, brown sugar, biscuit, floral, chamomile, violets, lemon, mint, herbal, clove, vegetal, pine, balanced.
Finish: Vanilla, floral, juniper, spice, peppery, mineral, smooth.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Deception Gin





Greenall's
(U.K.)

Nose: Subtle herbs, jasmine, juniper, corn, olives, brine, subtle wood.
Palate: Lemon peel, blossoms, corn, cornbread, chipotle, poblano, mint, herbs, mineral, martini.
Finish: Lemon zest, lemon cream, citrus, lavender, juniper, dark spice, mineral, grapa-like.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Greenall's Gin



1911
(New York, U.S.)

Nose: Citrus, lemongrass, honeydew, marmalade, honey, vanilla, jelly roll, eucalyptus, light pine, touch of wood barrel, mineral.
Palate: Orange, orange peel, spiced strawberries, juniper, honeysuckle, dried flowers, myrrh, herbs, grain, sweet bread, clove, pine, wood.
Finish: Hibiscus, dried violet, lemon, cinnamon, saffron, pepper, spicy, smooth, clean, bright.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



1911 Gin





Wheel House American Dry
(California, U.S.)

Nose: Lavender, juniper, cardamom, clove, heather, herbal, raisin bran cereal, mineral, pine.
Palate: Dried fruit, lemon, ginger, pollen, juniper, grassy, cardamom, nutmeg, herbs, cracked pepper, spices, earthy, pine.
Finish: Spice cookie, cinnamon, juniper, lavender, resin, wet stone, silky.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Wheel House American Dry Gin





Mayfair London Dry
(U.K.)

Nose: Citrus, honeydew melon, dates, floral, wild flowers, spearmint, grassy field, mineral, stony, subtle.
Palate: Lemon peel, lemongrass, melon, cucumber, papaya, molasses, maraschino liqueur, custard, pastry, grain, peppercorn, anise, mint, herbal.
Finish: Fruit, papaya, tart, herbs, juniper, mineral, clean, mild.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Mayfair London Dry Gin





Sly Fox
(New York, U.S.)

Nose: Lime soufflé, oranges, cantaloupe, watermelon rind, buttered popcorn, butterscotch, cotton candy, dried cherry, jelly beans, slight mineral notes.
Palate: Lemon, lemon gummi-bear, orange, tangerine, papaya, bay leaf, mint, menthol, peppery, spice.
Finish: Lemon, dried citrus, juniper, lavender.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Sly Fox Gin



Mahon
(Spain)

Nose: Lime, juniper, rose, rose hips, floral, herbal, eucalyptus, grass, spice, nuts, pine forest.
Palate: Piney juniper, cracked juniper, citrus, cherry, herbal, pepper, spice.
Finish: Orange, tobacco, eucalyptus, peppercorns, spicy.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Mahon Gin





OOLA
(Washington, U.S.)

Nose: Rose, hibiscus, floral, herbal, honeydew melon, lemon, lime, hint of cherry, brown sugar, caramel, butterscotch, vanilla, sweet cream, pecan pie, nutmeg, mineral.
Palate: Blossoms, fruit, cherry, ripe papaya, bananas foster, vanilla, buttery, sweet cream, cream cheese frosting, cinnamon bun, grain, tea, herbal, nutmeg, spice, pink peppercorns, nicely blended.
Finish: Sweet spice, candy, black cherry, herbs, black pepper, wet stone, mineral.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



OOLA Gin





Opihr London Dry
(U.K.)

Nose: Lime, lemon, lemon peel, green apple, subtle fruit, Sri Lankan spices, cardamom, cassia bark, clove.
Palate: Lemon, lemonade, lemongrass, juniper, rose, fruit candy, cinnamon, bergamot, cardamom, allspice, eucalyptus, cloves, pepper.
Finish: Violet, fruity, cardamom, cloves, soft, crisp.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Opihr London Dry Gin





Brazos
(Texas, U.S.)

Nose: Lime, tangerine, citrus, mango, grape jelly, fruit, hint of star anise, cinnamon, spicy.
Palate: Rose, floral, peach, lemon curd, lime, wintergreen, mint, herbal, pink peppercorns, sweet & sour, well blended.
Finish: Fresh rose, lemon, herbal, minty, pepper, pine, gentle, very nice.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Brazos Gin



Oxley
(U.K.)

Nose: Lemon-lime, lime cordial, green fruit, juniper, piney juniper, herbal, tonic, fresh.
Palate: Juniper, green fruit, peach, blueberry, citrus, jelly doughnut, grain, ginger, anise, herbal, grassy, pine nuts, well balanced.
Finish: Flowers, peach, herbs, eucalyptus, spicy, hint of black pepper, mineral, clean, fresh.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Oxley Gin





Boxer London Dry
(U.K.)

Nose: Juniper, melon, dried herbs, herbal, light.
Palate: Fennel, anise, orange, lemongrass, sage, lavender, herbal, root beer, sweet spices, spicy, well balanced.
Finish: Cinnamon, sweet spice, herbs, nice, smooth.


Gold Medal
   Gold medal



Boxer London Dry Gin



SILVER MEDAL WINNERS

Vincent Van Gogh
(Holland)

Nose: Lemon, melon, honeysuckle, yams, coriander, bergamot oil, juniper, grass.
Palate: Custard, honey, dried orange peel, orange marmalade, grapefruit rind, lemon peel, honeydew, berry, fig, lavender, anise, clove, herbs, spice, mint, peppery.
Finish: Brown sugar, clove, mint, peppery, wet stones, gentle.


Silver Medal
   Silver medal



Vincent Van Gogh Gin





Herbalist
(Wisconsin, U.S.)

Nose: Juniper, herbal, lavender, pollen, lemon curd, cream, white chocolate, grain, vegetal, balsam wood, mineral.
Palate: Cherry, dried fruit, citrus, pastry, egg custard, herbal, sage, agave, grass, vegetal, sherry, mineral.
Finish: Spiced cake, sweet spice, pepper, lime, mint, soft, clean, fresh.


Silver Medal
   Silver medal



Herbalist Gin





Brockmans
(U.K.)

Nose: Tropical fruit, bubble gum, Juicy Fruit, berry candy, gummi bears, blueberries, grape, peaches, apricot, pomegranate, fruitcake.
Palate: Orange candy, lemon, grape, blueberry, fruity, violet candy, herbal, blossoms, roses, floral.
Finish: Peach, grape, lemon, Juicy Fruit gum, spearmint.


Silver Medal
   Silver medal



Brockmans Gin





BelleWood
(Washington, U.S.)

Nose: Cinnamon, cinnabun, pastry, sugar cookies, spice cake, spice drops, tropical, banana, dried cherries, toast.
Palate: Touch of fruit, fruit gum, molasses, honeycomb, sweet grain, panettone, lemon grass, citrus, herbal, juniper, cardamom, cassia bark, anise, bay leaves, spice, cinnamon, wood, oak, balanced.
Finish: Pistachio oil, poppy seed cake, honey, cinnamon, brown spice, spicy, tree bark, pleasant.


Silver Medal
   Silver medal



BelleWood Gin





Candy Manor
(Delaware, U.S.)

Nose: Vanilla, caramel, cream, coconut creme, banana, piña colada, cherry, tamarind, lemongrass, pear, honeysuckle, violet, floral, flowers.
Palate: Orange blossoms, violets, floral, rosewater, pear, tamarind, juniper, honey, sponge cake, wheat, grain, fernet, cinnamon, licorice, Earl Grey tea, grass, pine.
Finish: Dried violet, violets, purple flowers, floral, juniper, orange peel, tamarind, spice, dry, creamy, smooth, pleasant.


Silver Medal
   Silver medal



Candy Manor Gin





Re:Find
(California, U.S.)

Nose: Orange cream, lemon curd, cotton candy, juniper, floral, licorice, caraway, earthy.
Palate: Raisins, prune, grape jelly, sherry, violet, juniper, anise, grappa, floral, herbal, grassy, menthol, pine, oaky, mineral.
Finish: Lemon, floral, pepper, mineral, burnt sugar, oaky.


Silver Medal
   Silver medal



Re:Find Gin

 

 

Best Old Tom & Barrel Aged Gin

Old Tom & Barrel Aged Gin

 


 

Gin – An illustrious history.
The actual origins of Gin can be traced to 17th century Holland. In 1650, a doctor mixed oil of juniper berries with grain alcohol, calling it "genever" (from the French word for juniper). During the same period, English soldiers who were at war on the European continent were introduced to the spirit. When the soldiers with a preference for this new drink returned to England, soon the rest of the population grew fond of the spirit. Eventually gin became identified as the national drink of England, and the name was shortened to "Gin". Gin mixed naturally with quinine (or tonic water) which was found to help lessen the effects of malaria, making it popular with the English Foreign Service in the "colonies" of India and Africa. While drinking gin, you can just imagine British Colonial officers sitting on a wide veranda sipping Gin and Tonics at the club. Jolly good!
The origins of the “dry Gin” that London distillers eventually developed is very different from the Genever gin still made by the Dutch, which is heavier in body and stronger flavored. London Dry Gin first appeared when the continuous still was invented in the early 1800’s, making a purer spirit possible. Originally, the phrase "London dry Gin" specified a geographic location – that the Gin was made in or near London. Now, the term is considered to be generic and is used to describe a "style" of gin. In fact, there are only 3 gins distilled in London today. Old Tom is a style of gin somewhere in between the full-bodied Geneva and the sweet, botanical London Dry. In the mid-1800's, if you went to a bar and asked for "gin", you were served either Genever or Old Tom. By the 1900's, London Dry style surpassed both.

What makes gin unique?
Gin is made by distilling a 75% corn grain mash, and then adding various natural flavoring agents without redistillation. This method is called "compounding". London dry uses the column distilled method. Gin gets its primary flavor from juniper berries, but many other herbs and spices go into the make-up. The botanicals come from all over the world, such as: Cardamom from Sri Lanka, cassia bark from Vietnam, orange peel from Spain, coriander seed from the Czech Republic and angelica root from Germany. Most of the juniper berries are imported from Italy. There are also dozens of other possible ingredients including anise, licorice root, cinnamon, almond, lime peel, grapefruit peel, saffron, frankincense, coriander and nutmeg, Each distiller has his own secret formula and no two gin brands are exactly alike. By law, gin is fermented and distilled, but never aged. However, there is a barrel-aging trend emerging that is becoming increasing popular, especially among those new to gin.

Not your grandfather's gin.
While classic London dry gin will never go out of style, it's now joined on the shelves by the growing ranks of American or New World gins. In addition to the required juniper component, today's newer gins are toning down the juniper and adapting a growing array of herbs, spices, botanicals and citrus. And with the recent introduction of new-fangled artisanal tonics, sodas and bitters, mixologists are favoring gin as a principal ingredient in their modern cocktails.

 

 

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