Tag: gin

Hendrick’s Dominates

Hendrick’s Dominates

  Infused with both rose and cucumber, Hendrick’s Gin has virtually taken over the mainstream gin market. This is a significantly high-quality product that is made in extremely small batches. “Small batch” typically means 1,000 liters or fewer. Hendrick's distills their batches 450 liters at a time, which gives their master distiller even greater control […]

| July 7, 2014
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Perrier—the Fashionable Choice

Perrier—the Fashionable Choice

Perrier is going after the club soda and seltzer market with a new found gusto and the same old commitment to superior quality. With a solid presence in 150 countries and almost one billion bottles sold annually, they are no newcomer—in fact the story of their product goes back 120 million years. On the Languedoc […]

| February 6, 2013
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Uncle Val’s Botanical Gin

Uncle Val’s Botanical Gin

Premium Gin along with Spiced Rum seems to be the fastest growing segment of the spirits market and the latest to enter this space is the Sonoma based Uncle Val’s Botanical Gin. Uncle Val is in fact Zio Valerio, who lives in Lucca, Italy, and the botanicals are inspired by those found in his garden, […]

| October 23, 2012
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Roxor Artisan

Roxor Artisan

As far as I know, Roxor Gin from Texas is the only one produced in the State, but more are sure to follow based on the quality of this excellent product. It would be worth buying for the bottle alone, which is a real piece of art and a collector’s item and takes the look […]

| September 19, 2012
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Martin Miller’s Gin – The Secret is in the Distilling

Martin Miller’s Gin – The Secret is in the Distilling

THE DUTCH INVENTED IT–THE ENGLISH REFINED IT–THE YANKS GLAMORIZED IT Martin Miller’s Gin is a classy product fit for connoisseurs that has won awards on a consistent basis since 2003 that includes 3-time consecutive winner of double golds in the San Francisco Spirits Competition (2006-8). The gin is distilled in England in a single pot […]

| September 15, 2012
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