Arizona Distilling Co.’s Desert Dry Gin hits the market– and as far as we are aware- this is the first gin on the market distilled in the state of Arizona!
Who Else is Talking about Gin
In the latest from the “threats to gin in the UK category,” juniper is now threatened due to over grazing by rabbits. With 1,000 pounds, the makers of No. 3 London Dry Gin have sponsored a fence to keep those little juniper eaters away from a choice juniper grove.
“Why, exactly, are we collectively reviling the person who decides to, say, create a bar where there is gin and tonic on tap?” Hipsters, thank you.
And on a sadder note, Organic Nation, makers of Organic Nation Gin, who were among the earliest folks to the gate with an organic gin, have closed their doors.
The Gin Queen reviews The West Winds Gin. “These gins are definitely Australian originals featuring native botanicals like wattle seed andbush tomato and are cut with fresh Margaret River water from Western Australia.”