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#1. New Amsterdam Gin

4.9
160 ratings
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New Amsterdam Gin is uniquely distilled with flavors of orange, lime, vanilla, and a hint of traditional juniper and anise. With a smooth finish, this versatile classic can be enjoyed straight, or as a part of classic cocktails, such as gin and tonic or a martini. This award winning gin has received 95 Points from The Tasting Panel, 2017. New Amsterdam Gin is a modern take on the 400-year tradition.

#2. Aviation Gin

4.9
88 ratings
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    42%
"I've tried every gin on the planet and Aviation is, hands down, the best. Also, I don't recommend trying every gin on the planet. Stick with this one." – Ryan Reynolds, Owner, Aviation American Gin Created to change the way people think about gin, Aviation American Gin is made in the traditional dry style with anything but a traditional flavor profile. Aviation explores the rich, floral and savory notes of lavender, cardamom, and sarsaparilla to capture the lushness, spice, creativity, and freshness of the Pacific Northwest. This harmonious blend allows the craft spirit to shine on its own as well as when mixed in vintage drinks or contemporary culinary cocktails.

#3. Seagram’s Extra Dry Gin

4.9
78 ratings
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Seagram’s Extra Dry Gin Launched 1939 Exceptionally smooth with hints of orange peel, cinnamon and lilac in the nose. Exceedingly mixable, it makes a superb, sophisticated martini and is equally delicious in a casual mix of tonic, fruit juice, or soda.

#4. Uncle Val’s Gin Botanical Gin

5.0
22 ratings
0
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Distilled 5x and infused with Uncle Val's favorite botanicals, the same kind he grew in his garden back in Lucca, Italy. BOTANICALS Juniper, Cucumber, Lemon, Sage, Lavender NOSE On the nose, you'll notice crisp, bright aromas of sage and juniper. MOUTHFEEL Crisp and cool sensation that steadily softens. SIP You’ll taste bright lemon, which then gives way to a warm, spicy, lavender finish. Further along, you’ll experience the cooling effect of the cucumber. Each sip bolsters the botanical flavors, along with a continuous presence of piney juniper. The Botanical is a wonderful way to fancy up old classics like Arnold Palmers, mimosas or a gin fizz. It also mixes beautifully with native Tuscan herbs, from red valerium and thyme to lemon balm and mint. To round out straight martinis and a neat drink, try lightly sweet garnishes like candied ginger, cinnamon sticks, pear, dehydrated apple or cucumber. Uncle Val’s is a small-batch botanical gin inspired by Zio Valerio’s (zio means ‘uncle’ in Italian) love of gardening and Tuscan cuisine. The botanicals were chosen because they were not only Uncle Val’s favorite cooking ingredients, but also happen to make a truly unique and smoothly delicious gin. ACCOLADES 96 Points, The Tasting Panel 90 Points, The Wine Enthusiast

#5. Gray Whale Gin

5.0
21 ratings
0
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Gray Whale Gin celebrates California and its unique and bountiful botanicals. The six Californian botanicals, juniper, mint, limes, fir tree, almonds, and kombu are sustainably sourced or wildly-foraged along the Pacific Coast, the same coastline as the majestic Gray Whale’s migratory journey. Gray Whale Gin gives 1% of profit from sales to ocean conservation efforts with a focus on protecting the Gray Whale’s epic journey. Taste Your Way Along the Pacific Coastline. Whale Hello There 2 oz Gray Whale Gin 1/2 oz Fresh Lemon Juice 1/2 oz Fresh Lime Juice 1/2 oz Honey Syrup To make Honey Syrup, combine 1:1 ratio of hot water and honey. Add all ingredients into a shaker, fill with ice and shake to combine. Strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass and garnish with a lemon peel.

#6. Barr Hill Gin

5.0
20 ratings
0
Barr-Hill-Gin
Barr Hill Gin is our ode to the hardworking bees of the Northeast. Each batch is distilled in our custom-built botanical extraction still. The juniper-forward botanicals are brought to a perfect balance by the floral depth of the raw honey. The results are distinctive and unparalleled. How do we extract such complexity from simple raw materials? Our secrets are kept in the hive.

#7. St. George Terrior Gin

5.0
19 ratings
0
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An ode to the wild beauty of the Golden State. Forest-driven and earthy, Terroir is a profoundly aromatic gin with a real sense of place.it is a spirit that conveyed the love about the monumental groves of trees, moist and misty glens, and sun-baked chaparral of your favorite local parklands. With Terroir Gin, you can go with Douglas fir, California bay laurel, coastal sage, and other evocative botanicals. Sip it and be transported. Formats: 200ml & 750ml ABV: 45%

#8. Seagram’s Gin Lime Twist

4.6
16 ratings
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Nose is definitely gin like, good deal of citrus and some juniper. Smells a tad sweet, but clearly gin. Tasting it neat it begins with a bit of a gin like edge, citrus, juniper, and angelica. The lime comes in loud and clear about halfway through the tasting. Strong with a cloying character, it reads clearly as somewhere between lime rind and lime candies. The finish has a moment where that signature dry note comes through, but the lime note lingers, never quite reaching a crescendo of heat, but one where the sour tang lasts long into finish.

#9. St. George Botanivore

5.0
14 ratings
0
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Botanivore, our "botanical eater," is comprised of 19 different botanicals working in concert. Think of a meadow in bloom—herbaceous, fresh, and elegant. What's in it? Count with us... angelica root, bay laurel, bergamot peel, black peppercorn, caraway, cardamom, cilantro, cinnamon, citra hops, coriander, dill seed, fennel seed, ginger, juniper berries, lemon peel, lime peel, orris root, Seville orange peel, star anise!

#10. New Amsterdam Stratusphere London Dry Gin

5.0
11 ratings
0
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For those who prefer a sweet cast to their gins, this one is a winner. The grapefruit-like, almost candy-like scent leads into pleasantly sweet and citrusy flavors, which finish with a faint floral note. Blends particularly well into lightly fruity and citrusy cocktails and gin-based punches.

#11. Prairie Organic Gin

5.0
10 ratings
0
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Bursts of herbs, sage, juniper and exotic spices, complementing a dry and refreshing taste with a long, delicate finish. It’s smooth from the ground up and easy going down.

#12. Breckenridge Gin

5.0
8 ratings
0
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This fragrant American-style gin stays true to the Breckenridge ideals of mouthfeel and flavor. A juniper body is balanced with notes of bright citrus and complimentary spicy undertones achieved through maceration during distillation. The delicate floral notes layered throughout the profile are extracted through botanical basket distillation.

#13. Greenhook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin

5.0
8 ratings
0
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A contemporary styled gin, with a bold point of view, made from organic, New York State grown wheat spirit, Tuscan juniper, coriander, chamomile, elderflower, citrus, Thai blue ginger, Ceylon cinnamon, orris root and elderberry. Lovely clean juniper and citrus nose. Elegant, pure and crisp with smooth, silky texture and bright flavors; fragrant and harmonious yet focused and complex with a long, vivid finish.

#14. Perry’s Tot Navy Strength Gin

5.0
7 ratings
0
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New York Distilling Company is a Brooklyn-based operation, created by Tom Potter, co-founder of the famed Brooklyn Brewery. The earliest distilleries in Brooklyn date back to the 1700s, and during Prohibition there were supposedly over 50,000 illicit stills within New York City. New York Distilling Company contributes to this rich heritage by creating products of exceptional quality and dedicating them to iconic New Yorkers who greatly influenced the city's history. Matthew Calbraith Perry served as Commandant of the Brooklyn Navy Yard from 1841 through 1843. However, as early as 1833 he was instrumental in founding the Naval Lyceum to "promote the diffusion of useful knowledge – and cement the link which unite professional brethren." New York Distilling Company's "Perry's Tot" Navy Strength Gin is bottled at 57% ABV - the historical proof at which gunpowder may still be fired should it unfortunately be soaked by spilled spirit. Infused with juniper, orange, grapefruit, lemon, angelica, coriander, anise, cinnamon, cardamom and wildflower honey, this smooth, aromatic gin is ideal for the gin aficionado.

#15. Fleischmann’s Gin

5.0
7 ratings
0
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As the first American- made gin, Fleischmann's aroma consists of juniper and spicy, dusty coriander on the nose, while the palate itself is smooth and rich with a lighter gin taste.

#16. Green Hat Gin

4.3
8 ratings
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Distilled by Hand from 100% Grain and Select Botanicals in Small Batches in a Copper Pot Still. This classic spirit is the modern gentleman’s perfect life-style accessory.

#17. Dorothy Parker American Gin

5.0
7 ratings
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In an age of restless brilliance, Dorothy Parker was a singular sensation. A new Yorker at heart, her national celebrity sprang from her sharp, biting humor and widely quoted quips. Regularly seated at the famed Algonquin Round Table, she occupied the city’s cultural and intellectual center stage. An iconic enthusiast of gin and an unconventional woman, no one could have been a more interesting drinking companion. Dorothy Parker American Gin – a blend of traditional and contemporary botanicals including juniper and elderberries, citrus, cinnamon, and hibiscus – is as delicious in a Gin & Tonic as it is in a Gin Daisy.

#18. Brooklyn Gin

5.0
7 ratings
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Brooklyn-Gin
Brooklyn Gin is a fresh take on gin from Brooklyn. Any cocktail is only as good as its ingredients. Brooklyn Gin was created to bring a fresh vibrant taste to your favorite cocktail. Using the freshest ingredients and traditional small batch distilling, we have created a gin like no other. Yes, we know this takes a little extra time and effort but we believe you can taste the difference in every sip of Brooklyn Gin. At Brooklyn Gin, we use hand-cut lemons, limes, oranges and clementines for our botanicals and we refuse to associate with concentrates, artificial flavors, or dry citrus peels which produce dull and flat flavors. To create fresh, vibrant and complex citrus notes there are no short-cuts. While many use dried juniper berries, which release harsh, piney flavors; we hand-crushed fresh juniper berries to make Brooklyn Gin. Our juniper berries are vacuum packed to retain freshness, allowing us to crush these berries open to release the sweeter and spicier notes for a more flavorful Brooklyn Gin. We refuse to use an industrial distilling process that creates a bland and stale gin. Instead, we steep fresh botanicals to release the essence and flavors. We then distill in small batches in a Carl Copper Pot Still that has been used over a hundred years to slowly extract flavor from the fresh fruits and botanicals. The Copper Pot Still interacts with the alcohol in each small batch to remove bitter notes resulting in a smoother gin with more vibrant complex flavors. Yes this method takes more time and craftsmanship but it is all worth it for the flavor and taste!

#19. Hardshore Gin

5.0
6 ratings
0
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#20. D. George Benham’s Sonoma Dry Gin

5.0
6 ratings
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Derek George Benham first discovered gin on a summer trip during college to Spain, where he had his first “real” gin and tonic. It was a transformative experience and something he wanted to bring back home. He was determined that the first spirit from Graton Distilling Co. would be the gin he always dreamed of making.

#21. Barr Hill Reserve Tom Cat Gin

5.0
5 ratings
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Barrel aged 4-6 months in new, charred American White Oak, Tom Cat is a completely unique gin with whiskey-like notes of oak, spice and a finish of juniper and raw honey. Tom Cat is the modern day adaption of 18th century England’s most revered spirit, Old Tom gin. After gin was outlawed by the Spirits Act of 1750, rebellious pub owners would hang a wooden plaque shaped like a black cat to inform the passerby of their defiance of the ban. Deposit a few pennies through the cat’s mouth and a bartender would pour a ration of Old Tom to be sipped through a tube between the cat’s paws.

#22. Leopold Bros Gin

5.0
5 ratings
0
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Most gins are made by simultaneously distilling juniper and other botanicals within the same still. However when boiled together, certain botanicals are overworked, resulting in the extraction of tannin-like flavors which dry out the gin, while other flavors are not fully realized. We distill each botanical: juniper, coriander, pummelos, orris root, Valencia oranges, and more, separately to bring out only the purest flavors and aromas to be blended together for a softer and brighter spirit.

#23. Heaven Hill Gin

5.0
5 ratings
0
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#24. Junipero Gin

5.0
5 ratings
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The first of its kind, Junipero fearlessly led the birth of American craft gin in 1996. Hell bent on elevating juniper & citrus flavors, the distilling team forged a new path by crafting each batch of Junipero in a small copper pot still, scouring the globe for the most expressive botanicals, and boldly bottling at an unfiltered 98.6 proof. Decades later Junipero is still made by hand in San Francisco and celebrate those who break with convention to pursue an original path. More firsts. Less Fear. Live Life Unfiltered.

#25. Short Path Gin

5.0
5 ratings
0
Short-Path-Gin
It all begins with organic ingredients—juniper, coriander, eucalyptus, lavender, and lemongrass. We carefully analyzed the molecular composition of each one before using a gin still to vapor-extract the flavor compounds. Our scientific approach to blending botanicals means you can enjoy the unique, complex character of our signature gin.

#26. Greenhook Ginsmiths Beach Plum Gin Liqueur

5.0
5 ratings
0
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Inspired by English Sloe Gin, this is one of the most innovative and unique spirits to hit the spirits world in recent years. Greenhook Ginsmith’s Beach Plum Gin Liqueur is crafted by soaking Long Island Beach Plums in our signature American Dry Gin for 7 full months, with just a touch of Turbinado sugar. The final result is a symphony of tart and sour cherry notes on the nose, along with aromas of bitter almonds, marzipan, dried fruit, and cola.

#27. Bowman’s Gin

5.0
5 ratings
0
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#28. Mammoth Gin

5.0
4 ratings
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Mammoth Gin is created through the precise blending of six distinct flavor fractions: juniper, sage, lemon peel, orange peel, white pine and lavender. These fractions are each crafted individually by macerating and distilling the featured botanical in our own Mammoth vodka. Many of these botanicals are locally harvested, including white pine from the trees on our property, to ensure that Mammoth Gin maintains its Northern Michigan character.

#29. ABC Gin

5.0
4 ratings
0
ABC-Gin
Private-labeled for us by a famous name distiller, this provides classic juniper flavor with a hint of sweet citrus. A fabulous value for mixing in your favorite cocktails—smooth and cool in a G&T. And all at a can’t-beat-it price.

#30. Fieldnotes Gin

3.3
6 ratings
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This award-winning new American style gin is distilled from organic wheat and barley to produce a clean yet fruity base spirit. We run a second distillation on our smaller 75 gallon still adding botanicals such as lavender, bay leaf, thyme and lemon. The result is a spirit that has floral aromas with a savory, complex body and a zesty, citrus finish. Awarded a Gold medal at the 2019 SIP Awards