Gin is a botanical symphony in a glass. The herbal aromas paired with honey are a masterpiece in each sip. Distillers have been able to craft a spirit that keeps the essence of the true components of a gin while adding honey to the blend.
Within the expansive realm of spirits, only a handful of libations showcase the sharp refinement and intricate botanical layers found in gin.
We might be biased about this list, but it’s worth every sip. Enjoy this crafted list of new age gins:
The variety of botanicals, 13 to be exact, brings out a beautiful flavor profile in this spirit. With some slight heat on the tongue, the honey and citrus notes balance out to make a classic gin. The herbal characteristics of rosemary and thyme give this spirit a refreshing, crisp finish.
Caledonia Spirits does an amazing job of blending a nutty, caramel, vanilla, smoked oak gin. All of these flavors’ abilities to cohesively mix well to create a well-defined gin is done to perfection.
Floral, herbal and sweet are just a few characteristics to describe this spirit. Upfront honey flavors are matched with hints of juniper to bring out the botanicals. Barr Hill Gin holds strong as a neat libation or is crafted well for a classic Bee’s Knees cocktail.
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