Botanical: Chamomile

Chamomile flowersOften the first thing one thinks of when they think of chamomile is tea. Indeed, the small daisy like flowers are often dried and brewed as if a tea. Chamomile has a long history as an herbal medicine and remedy.

In gin, chamomile often expresses itself with notes that resemble the herb as a tea. Chamomile has a tropical, fruity floral smell that some say is redolent of apple and hay.

Gins featuring Chamomile

Hendrick’s Gin

Hendrick’s Gin launched in 1999. It likely needs no introduction. Hendrick’s Gin was launched by William Grant & Sons at

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Tanqueray No. 10

If you’ve drank a gin cocktail out. You know, out-out. At one of those swanky, upscale, fancy looking, suspenders and

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nginious! Swiss Blended Gin

Price:  £39 / 500 mLABV: 45% Distiller: Ulrich ConsultingOrigin: SwitzerlandAvailability: EuropeRating: It’s contemporary to its core, highlighting herbal and spice-laden notes at

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Ginbrew Jenevieve

Price:  $30 for 3 blends, spirit not includedABV: N/A Distiller: (depends on your choice of vodka)Origin:  N/AAvailability: GinBrewRating:  This rating is for

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Stovell’s Wildcrafted Gin

Price:  £42 / 750 mLProof: 84 Distiller: Stovell’sOrigin: England, United KingdomAvailability:U.K. and Master of Malt.Rating:  Woody and green at first, the flowers

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