Apologies we’re a little late on this one, was judging spirits with the American Distilling Institute this past week up in Seattle.
It’s not really from Japan, but it was created to commemorate the start of cherry blossom season: Cambridge Distillery’s deceptively named “Japanese Gin” is out.
Tampa based Cane Vodka may be making a gin in the near future.
Louisville based Copper and Kings Distillery breaks the expectations for a Kentucky distillery, they have an apple based gin in the works.
Who Else is Talking About Gin?
Should London Dry be afforded protected status? The discussion rages on*.
On the growth of the Australian spirits industry- in particular Whiskey and Gin.
How badly does Gordon’s want you to try their new Elderflower Gin? The marketing budget is absolutely massive.
The Gin Queen reviews Botanic Australis. “And so it is. A hint of juniper, a mouthful of warmth and then the botanicals play a fandango (look it up) in your mouth.”
Good Spirits News reviews Old English Gin (): ” Quite smooth and very much in the tradition of drier English styles (as opposed to the malty Dutch versions).