Saaremaa Rhu Gin (37.5%)

Saaremaa is the largest island in Estonia, but it is also a brand owned by the Finnish alcohol gigant Altia. Saaremaa Dry Gin came on the market a few years ago and has quickly become very popular. It's a decent gin, simple and light. However, the main factor in its popularity…

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Gordon’s Gin Crisp Cucumber (37,5%)

Gordon’s is one of the best-selling gins in the world. In addition to London Dry Gin, there have been a few flavored versions in production. The cucumber-flavored version was released in 2012, but it is no longer in production and the product can no longer be found on Gordon’s own website.…

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Metsis Handcrafted Gin (44%)

Metsis is a product of Distillirium, which was one of the first craft distilleries in Estonia, established in 2017. Metsis is the big bird shown on the logo (capercaillie) living in the forest. Metsis Handcrafted Gin is their core range product. The base spirit is made from organic rye, grown and…

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Liviko Crafter’s Lingonberry Gin (38%)

Livikon Gin Crafter’s is currently known as Kingsmill. The products under the new name have been available since May 2019, but an older version can also be still found in some grocery stores. Lingonberry-flavored gin is distilled with a pot still and, according to the manufacturer, only natural ingredients have been…

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Liviko Crafter’s Blueberry Gin (38%)

Crafter’s is a brand of the Estonian Liviko Distillery. They produce five different gins under this brand. There are higher quality London Dry Gin and Aromatic Flower Gin, the basic version Distilled Gin (which can be found in all stores) and the flavored versions of Blueberry, Lingonberry and Raspberry Pink Gin.…

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Cross Keys Gin (43%)

Cross Keys Gin is produced in Latvia, Riga by Latvijas Balzams. It’s the same company who produces the infamous Riga Black Balsam, a bitter herbal digestive for which every Latvian is proud of. Cross Keys got its name from the ancient symbol of Riga, part of it’s heraldry. Cross Keys Gin…

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Hendrick’s Gin (41.3%)

Hendrick’s Gin was launched in 1999. It’s produced by William Grant & Sons, famous for its whisky production, Glenfiddich and Balvenie malt whiskies and Grant’s & Tullamore DEW blended ones. Hendrick’s is produced in Girvan distillery in Scotland. Hendrick’s gin is created from eleven botanicals, which are distilled and later added…

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Master’s London Dry Gin (40%)

Master’s is a trademark of Spanish company Destilerias MG. Destilerias is established in Barcelona at 1835 and is still a family owned company, now runned by 5th generation. Master’s Gin have long, three step production process. First spices (juniper berries, coriander seeds and cardamom) are infused with rectified spirit. After 24…

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Greenall’s London Dry Gin (40%)

Greenall’s Gin is produced by G&J Distillers, which is the oldest continuous working distillery in England. It was founded by Thomas Dakin at 1761. Greenall’s is made by eight botanicals: Juniper, Lemon, Coriander, Cassia Bark, Angelica Root, Orris Root, Liquorice and Bitter Almond. Them are been macerated for 8 hours in…

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William Peel London Dry Gin (38%)

I bought this when I wanted to get some cheap london dry gin only for cocktail tasting purposes. Found this William Peel on good discount 11.99€/70cl at Maxima and though it will do the trick. William Peel is a trademark of French company Marie Brizards. William Peel is more known of…

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