Botanical: Lemon

LemonThe most common citrus fruit used in gin. Distillers use lemon rind to impart the distinctive, citrus aroma. Native to Asia, the lemon has been known to Europeans since the first century AD; however, European cultivation didn’t become common until the Renaissance period.

Like Gin, lemons were sometimes carried on 18th century Naval vessels. Navy Strength Gin for the officers’ private enjoyment, and lemons to prevent scurvy among the officers and crew.

Gins featuring Lemon

Orbium Gin

Last updated December 24th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Caskwerks Gin

Last updated December 20th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Whitley Neill Gin

Last updated December 18th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Whitley Neill Rhubarb and Ginger Gin

Last updated December 18th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Affinity Gin

Last updated November 6th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin

Last updated November 3rd, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Scapegrace Gin

Last updated November 1st, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Colorado Gin

Last updated October 1st, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Tommyrotter Distillery Cask Strength Bourbon Barrel Gin

Last updated October 1st, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Black Button Distilling American Dry Gin

Last updated September 22nd, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Prince Albert’s Gin

Last updated September 15th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll

Tinkerman’s Citrus Supreme Gin

Last updated August 27th, 2019 by Aaron Knoll