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If you’re looking for gin ideas, a good place to start is our A-Z of gin reviews, or why not try some of these articles:

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Andy (Founder, whichgin.com – now with added Diploma in Gin!)

Diploma in Gin

And my teachers said I’d never amount to anything…

LATEST POSTS

  • Palmers Gin

    Palmers Gin comes from the depths of Angela, a century-old copper pot still. A small batch, classic dry gin Palmers Gin is bottled at 44% ABV. […]

  • Opihr Gin review

    Our Opihr Gin review finds an unashamedly spiced gin with flavours of the orient. A great gin to try with ginger ale. Opihr Gin is a spicy gin that’s distilled by G&J Distillers. It’s bottled at 40% and its botanicals include coriander, cubebs and black pepper. Opihr Gin is a stablemate of Greenall’s Gin and Thomas Dakin Gin, amongst others. It’s distilled in traditional copper stills in Warrington, England. […]

  • Dockyard Gin review

    Dockyard Gin is a grain to glass premium gin from Kent in England. You can even find out where the grain for your own bottle of gin was grown. Read more in our Dockyard Gin review. […]

  • Edinburgh Gin

    We’re staying in our home city to bring you our Edinburgh Gin review. What does this gin from Scotland’s vibrant capital have to offer? Well, we’ve made Edinburgh Gin our gin of the month for August 2019. Partially to acknowledge the massive Edinburgh Festival Fringe (and Festival) that runs during August, but mainly because it’s a fabulous gin […]

  • Caorunn Gin review
    Our Caorunn Gin review unearths a pure, fresh gin from Speyside in Scotland that loves to be served with a slice of crisp red apple. Now ten years old, Caorunn comes to us from Balmenach [...]
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