2021 Gin Awards Winners

2021 was quite a year— we saw drinking trends (mostly) revert to pre-pandemic norms. Major brands continued to expand their product lines with limited edition and seasonal releases, while small distillers that weathered the storms of 2020 began to come back.

In some parts of Europe we may be a couple years past “peak gin;” however, that hasn’t slowed down product development and new releases in that part of the world.

Without further ado, these are the 2021 Gin Awards Winners based on our reviews.

Double Gold

Star Keeper Gin

Aitil House Gin

Stonecutter Spirits Single Barrel Gin

Knickerbocker Blueberry Flavored Gin

Citadelle Jardin d’été

Old Duff 100% Maltwine Genever

Gold

Harahorn Gin

Bloom Jasmine and Rose Gin

CapRock Organic Gin

Fraser Valley Gin with notes of Lavender and Hibiscus

Lochside Summer Gin No. 5

Kokoro Gin

Bols Corenwijn (2 year)

City of London Old Tom Gin

Alfred the Great Gin

Tarquin’s Cornish Dry Gin

Conniption Barrel Aged Gin (2020)

Bombay Bramble

Red Door Highland Gin

Silver

Ketel 1 Graanjenever

Gray Whale Gin

James Bay Distillers Navy Strength Gin

Ink Gin

Il Gin del Professore Authentic Crocodile Gin

4312 Gin

100 Mill St. Gin Lumberjack ‘n Jill Edition

Tarquin’s Rhubarb and Raspberry Gin

Gifted Gin

Empire Gin

Bombay Sapphire English Estate Gin

6 o’clock Gin

One Sage and Apple Gin

Lind and Lime Gin

Rock Rose Gin

Summit Gin

Forager’s Gin

Bronze

Jawbox Gin

Karven Dry Gin

Petoskey Stone Gin

Marconi 42

Forest Dry Gin Winter

Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla

Greenall’s Blueberry Gin

Quench Tank Gin

Hendrick’s Lunar


Previous Years Award Winners

Submissions are still open.

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5 thoughts on “Hendrick’s Lunar”

  1. This is a FANTASTIC gin! It is not of the basic juniper heavy gins, so if you approach it like that you will be surprised, confused? It is delightful to sip over ice, or with tonic or a martini. If your palate can handle the exotic with gin, give it a try!