Botanical: Hibiscus

HibiscusHibiscus flowers are large colorful trumpets, often red or white, but varieties exist in an even wider array. The dried leaves of flowers are often used as a tea. Hibiscus has a tangy flavor that some say resembles pomegranate or cranberry.

Hibiscus have been among the more popular flowers used in gin, lending a berry/jammy flavor that is less delicate, and much more robust than other floral ingredients.

Gins featuring Hibiscus

Djinn Gin

Hailing from New Hampshire, Djinn Gin is made using the gin basket method of adding botanicals wherein botanicals are suspended

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Dorothy Parker Gin

Probably Dorothy Parker’s best link to gin is her widely misattributed quote “‘I like to have a Martini, two at

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Winter Flower Gin

From Prescott, Arizona the team at Thumb Butte Distillery seeks to capture the essence of the local. Each step from

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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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Nordés Atlantic Galician Gin

Price:€25 / 700 mLProof: 80 Distiller: Atlantic Galician SpiritsOrigin: SpainAvailability: UK, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Colombia, Netherlands, France, Andorra, Angola and Cuba. Or

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Entropia Gin

We have another bold colored gin from the Galicia region of Spain. Entropia’s golden color isn’t from aging, its actually

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