BARTON GIN
1911 GIN
BEEFEATER GIN
BOMBAY SAPPHIRE GIN
BOMBAY SAPPHIRE EAST GIN
BURNETT’S LONDON DRY GIN
FLEISCHMANN’S GIN
GILBEY’S GIN
GORDON’S GIN
GRAYS PEAK GIN
HENDRICK’S GIN
NEW AMSTERDAM GIN
NIKOLAI GIN
OLD HOME DISTILLERS GIN
RECIPE 21 GIN
SAINT LAWRENCE SPIRITS NEW YORK DRY GIN
SAINT LAWRENCE SPIRITS PENET SQUARE TERROIR GIN
SEAGRAM’S GIN
SEAGRAM’S LIME TWISTED GIN
TANQUERAY GIN
TANQUERAY NO. TEN GIN
THE BOTANIST GIN

 

 

 

 

Gin is a spirit and its predominant flavor from juniper berries. In the United States, gin is defined as an alcoholic beverage of no less than 80 proof that possesses the characteristic flavor of juniper berries. Gin produced only through distillation or redistillation of aromatics with an alcoholic wash can be further distinguished and marketed as “distilled gin.” Popular botanicals and/or flavoring agents for gin often include citrus elements such as lemon and bitter orange peel, as well as other spices, which may include any of anise, angelica root and seed, orris root, licorice root, cinnamon, almond, cubeb, savory, lime peel, grapefruit peel, Dragon eye, saffron, baobab, frankincense, coriander, grains of paradise, nutmeg, cassia bark, and/or others.