Selected Gins from all over the world
From 14.10.2020 WORLD GIN CLUB will present 500 selected Gins around the world.
From 14.10.2020 WORLD GIN CLUB will present 500 selected Gins around the world.
Adler Berlin wants you to really taste the juniper berry as the main characteristic of this dry gin. Even though this gin uses a wide arrange of botanicals, such as lavender, masterwort, ginger, coriander, angelica, valerian root, orange blossoms, citrus peel, hop cone, horse-heal, allspice, and some more, the juniper stays in the foreground. Many of these are German ingredients, typical for its origin country.
KINOBI is the first of its kind. KI NO BI has a recognisably dry gin flavourbut with a Japanese accent: pure, perfectly-balanced with distinctive aromas and a finish of light ginger spice. Our philosophy never allows compromise.
KI NO BI SEI is made with the same intricate production method as the original KI NO BI; using 11 botanicals distilled in six distinct flavour categories.
KI NO TEA is our product created by collaboration with tea-grower and blender, Hori-Shichimeien, founded in the Meiji era in 1879. Based in the famous Uji region to the south of Kyoto city, a number if super-premium Uji teas have been specially selected to form the heart of KI NO TEA. Tencha and Gyokuro provide intense aromas and depth of flavour with a wonderful sweetness that occurs naturally in the distillation of these superior teas.
KI NO BI (‘The Beauty of the Seasons’) is inspired by tradition and is distilled, blended and bottled in Kyoto. The gin is made in a recognisable dry style but with a distinct Japanese accent. KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin is created with Japanese botanicals such as yellow yuzu from the north of Kyoto Prefecture, hinoki wood chips (Japanese cypress), bamboo, gyokuro tea from the Uji region and green sanshō (Japanese peppercorn) berries.
Grote & Co. Spirits was founded in Berlin by Gabriel Grote. After gaining national recognition for their herb infused schnapps, made after Gabriel’s father’s recipe, they are now starting out in the gin world with the first organic gin from Berlin: Spree Gin.
This is Berlin’s first organic gin with the iconic “Spreewaldgurke”, a famous German cucumber. Spree Gin is a love letter to its city: Berlin. The city is famous for its sustainability and now this gin is, too! The apothecary bottle makes this gin look old-school and special and the manufacturers want you to enjoy this gin in the German capital, sitting on the river bank it is named after: The beautiful Spree. Sit there with some friends alongside real Berliners and enjoy this beverage.
Boar is a small family distillery in the Black Forest in Germany. The distillery was also the most award-winning gin distillery in the world in the years 2017 and 2018.
This gin is distilled and filled by hand in a small family distillery in the Black Forest, the most award-winning gin distillery in the world in 2017 and 2018. Its ingredients are wild-grown in the black forest and refined by nature for the purest moments of pleasure.
Feingeisterei, located on Gut Basthorst, is a German distillery that is mainly specialized in fruit schnapps, a German delicacy.
This gin from Hamburg, Germany is clear, edgy, well-proportioned and contains not just its fine juniper part and balanced citrus notes but also unusual components from abroad: Its dryness from Asian ginger and cardamom seeds , sharpness from African Paradies grains (also called Guinea pepper) and coriander, freshness from Australian eucalyptus, softness from American mate and cactusflowers, flowery parts from Europe with the taste of lavender and iris roots.
Hannibal Gin is a wonderful gin with a bitter-sweet backstory. The founders’ father originally wanted to produce gin, but his sudden passing made his dream impossible. Instead, his son made it come true and named the gin after his father’s old nick name in college: Hannibal.
Cult & Glory is the story of a few men who found each other through adventures and hardship to found their very own gin brand. Good things take their time, and now Cult & Glory is ready to take the gin world by storm.
Cult and Glory No.1 Classic Dry Gin stands out when it comes to design. Cult and Glory did not want to make many different gins, but concentrate on one classic gin, which you can purchase in six differently designed bottles. With the archetypes “The Purist”, “The Adventurer”, “The Preacher”, “The Prankster”, “The Non-conformist” and “The Gentleman” you can decide which label fits you best, or the person you want to gift this gin.
Woodland describe themselves with a short slogan: “Gute Jungs. Guter Gin.” (in English: “Good Guys. Good Gin.”). However, the origin story of the brand is unusual, to say the least. In the beginning, they wanted to produce a marketing product, to make the Sauerland (a region in Germany) more popular.
Henkell is a traditional German company that produces not only gin, but also wine, different spirits and sparkling wine. With many famous and iconic German spirits, the most famous probably being Wodka Gorbatschow, it was past time that Henkell produced a gin to have in their collection of fine spirits.
Every bottle of Aviation Gin is handcrafted in small 100-case batches by a small, dedicated team of master distillers in Portland, Oregon.
It all starts with a precise blend of botanicals, sourced from around the world – cardamom, coriander, French lavender, anise seed, sarsaparilla, juniper, and two kinds of orange peel, giving the gin a zesty taste.
Family, Friends, Fun, Festival...The 4 F's bring an order to life and remind us to live in the moment and appreciate our blessings, including those around us.
Family, Friends, Fun, Festival...These four F's bring an order to life and remind us to live in the moment and appreciate our blessings, including those around us. Holi, a chai spiced gin, is best when shared with those around you. It is a Louisville handcrafted gin with traditional botanicals and juniper, given an modern twist
Hernö Gin is the first dedicated gin distillery in Sweden. Our hand hammered copper stills Kierstin and Marit are crafting our award-winning organic gin from natural botanicals.
Crafted from carefully selected, natural, and organic botanicals, Hernö Gin is a round and smooth London dry gin diluted to 40,5% ABV. It is the Original Hernö Gin with a round juniper character, fresh citrus notes and a floral complexity.
Hernö Old Tom Gin is made from the same distilled gin as Hernö Gin, but with an extra amount of Meadowsweet added in the distillation and after diluting it down to 43%, a touch of sugar is added. This sweetening lifts the floral notes, releases an array of juniper notes and makes the gin even smoother.
Hernö Juniper Cask Gin, the first gin in the world matured on juniper wood casks, is made from the same distilled gin as Hernö Gin, diluted to 47% ABV and gently matured for 30 days in juniper wood casks. The maturity gives the spirit more intense juniper notes finished with a long harmonious hint of citrus peel.
Hernö Navy Strength Gin, a bold flagship rich in flavour, is made from the same distilled gin as Hernö Gin, but diluted to 57% instead of 40,5%. The difference in aroma and taste is very clear and Hernö Navy Strength has an overall richer flavour with bolder juniper, coriander and citrus notes, for anyone who can hold their liquor.
Hernö Pink BTL Gin is an organic London Dry Gin, without additives such as colour, artificial aromas or sugar. According to Hernö, gin should not be coloured as a marketing gimmick. Hernö Pink BTL Gin is a fruity and floral gin yet with a predominant taste of juniper. It is distilled with a total of eight organic botanicals including juniper, strawberries and rose petals and bottled at 42%.
Hernö Sloe Gin is made from Hernö Gin and infused with organic sloe berries as a traditional Sloe Gin is. It is a ruby red dream matured for three months together with ripe berries and is finally sweetened to achieve the perfect balance between the gentle dryness of the sloes and the floral freshness of Hernö Gin.
Preserving old fruit varieties for the present and securing them for the future - this is also our contribution to the Ark Project of Slow Food Germany.
In the house of Augustus Rex, under the direction of the Prince of Saxony, quality gin is produced. Besides popular products like the "Sachsendreier", the Cinderella liqueur or many other great brandies and spirits, the Dresden gin has made a name for itself far beyond the borders of the state - and not only because of the special, tilted bottle.
The potato is considered a traditional German food and has always enjoyed great popularity there, not only on the plate. The Saxonian potato is also very suitable as a base alcohol for gin production for distillation. However, potato gin is a rarity, since most producers use cereals as their base alcohol.
Nao Spirits & Beverages is an independent start-up company that aims to create craft spirits from India – for India and the rest of the world.
“Greater Than” or “>” is the only London Dry Gin made in India, it is also India’s first craft gin. It involves some of the best botanicals from India and around the world. Fresh lemon peel and ginger make this one zesty and sharp in taste.
Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin, distilled at one of India’s oldest distilleries, encapsulates the rich heritage and history of the Indian city of Jaisalmer, known as the jewel in India’s crown.
A group of friends were having a sauna and drinking rye whisky, when they began to ponder why nobody was making rye whisky in Finland. Surprisingly, the idea of starting their own distillery still seemed like a good one the following morning and from there, the journey of Kyrö began.
Have you shared a 3 AM sunrise on a misty Finnish meadow, picked berries barefoot after sauna or run through a field of rye with your friends? Those moments are distilled into the Kyrö Gin. Kyrö Gin (formerly known as Napue) is inspired by wild nature, with four foraged local botanicals and 13 traditional gin botanicals.
Weather and life in general can get fierce, but the worst storms just make the joy of shared shelter even better. For those moments of seeking cover from the elements, Kyrö has crafted Kyrö Dark Gin. Kyrö Dark Gin is inspired by fierce weather.
Kyrö decided to explore (and have fun in the process) what pink gin could be if it was made truly for everyone. What they discovered is Kyrö Pink Gin – a celebration of true equality in taste, people & thoughts
Try out unusual combinations, question established procedures, cross borders and think laterally, that is the philosophy of the LiquorMacher. And so the crazy idea was turned into a 125 not to leave years old family recipe gathering dust in the drawer, quickly much more.
The two friends Martin and Timo had the idea to combine two of their favorite drinks: gin and beer. The result is this collaboration between the friends and family owned brewery Moritz Fiege: a hop gin. After many weeks of searching for the perfect recipe, they landed at juniper, pears, tangerines, spruce needles and, of course, hop.
This gin from Bochum, Germany was created with a neighborly BBQ in mind. When juniper meets the best from the garden, fine citrus notes mate with spicy rosemary and you turn the garden into an open-air festival - then it's time for that gin. This gin pairs beautifully with a steak thanks to the botanicals: rosemary, coriander, citrus and flowers from the garden.
First of all, this gin is an eye-catcher: The pink liquor in the bottle looks appetizing and fun. This Pink! Gin is the perfect companion for a fun summer night. But this is not your typical pink gin: With fresh and sweet botanicals like grapefruit, seabuckthorn, berries and tangerines this gin has an oily texture and the fresh, fruity, slightly sour smell and taste of the botanicals.
The name for the Langatun Whisky is therefore a tribute to the first settlers and master brewers in our area. Their traditions were taken over, continued and expanded by Baumberger's descendants.
The exclusive high end product, the Gin 1616 Black Edition, is a premium gin that, in addition to best quality juniper, also contains eleven other botanicals. All of these ingredients make this gin able to be consumed pure or as a mixed drink. After the first sip you will feel how strong the aromas of the natural botanicals are. Intense taste, but soft on the finish.
Since its very beginning, the distillation of Nordés gin takes place in a small distillery located in San Pedro de Sarandón, near Santiago de Compostela. This area, crossed by the river Ulla, stands out for its natural beauty and for the production of excellent Galician spirits.
Nordés is the first Atlantic Galician Gin, a Premium gin from Galicia (a region in northern Spain) that honours its homeland, and is rich in natural aromas and exquisite flavours.
To us, creating Gin is not just about the handpicked botanicals, or our custom designed copper still, or the molecular technology we use to protect the delicate flowers used in the Gin. It is about waking up every day and loving what we do. It’s about setting out to make the finest gin we can, one batch at a time. It is about creating something extraordinary. Something to be proud of. That’s who we are.
Six Dogs Blue derives its name from the Blue Pea flower (Clitoria Ternatea), an antioxidant and aphrodisiac in traditional medicine. The infusion of Blue Pea gives the gin its striking blue colour. The alchemy of this unusual botanical is further revealed when the gin is mixed with a good tonic, changing the colour to light pink.
Six Dogs Karoo Gin is a delicate and balanced gin of twelve select botanicals, distilled and bottled at Six Dogs Distillery. Its distinguishing botanicals are grown on Six Dog’s farm, which intersects three different bioregions including the Succulent Karoo. It is from here that they gather the Karoo Thorn flower and Wild Lavender that make this Gin unique amongst all the Gins in the world.
Six Dogs Pinotage Stained Gin is the love child of Six Dogs Gin and their neighbour’s highly prized block of Pinotage grapes. Six Dogs distills this gin in small batches through generous quantities of juniper and fresh citrus. The grapes are handpicked, then raced up the road to the distillery, de-stalked and the whole berries are placed into tanks to macerate.
It is the summer of 2013 when Yvan Vindevogel, pharmacist-entrepreneur, discovers an interesting link between the mighty powers of the liquor we call Gin and his profession as a pharmacist.
In the eye of the storm, when gin & tonic suddenly became the aperitif of the famous, the foodies, and then eventually just you and me, Copperhead hit the market hard by swimming against the stream. Where all the competitors were making Western Dry gins, Copperhead returned to the roots of gin and created a London Dry gin.
In the search of ‘the Elixir of Life’, Mr. Copperhead could not resist expanding the Copperhead family. With this came the Copperhead Black Batch. He was enchanted by the magnificent elder tree and the tales of witchcraft and life prolongation surrounding it. To stimulate the immune system, the gin is enriched with the pitch black berries of the Sambucus Nigra shrub, more commonly known as elder berries.
With the rise of Copperhead gin came the growth of bartending. In 2018 world-renowned bartender Marian Beke, owner of the Gibson bar in London, created Copperhead - the Gibson Edition. Inspired by the classic cocktail Gibson Martini this edition is a unique savoury style of gin, thanks to the immense flavour palette. Added to the original five Copperhead botanicals are no less than thirteen carefully selected spices traditionally used in pickling.
Jaisalmer is the setting of a million tales about a time when royalty merged with merged with culture, beauty with opulence and life was a mere dip in the massive ocean of royalty.
When a land is nurtured with the souls of brave hearts, then royal pride shines through. Relaxed pastimes, and sipping into life, are well deserved moments of immense pleasure. The breathtaking city of Jaisalmer is likened to a golden canvas, beckoning you to partake in its glorious history. Its vibrant streaks of colour come alive with stories of valiant princes, as its princely fifteen gun salute ups the levels of royal pride to its highest.
Three friends go to Brandenburg to buy a whiskey cask and come home with a distillery. That's how short and concise the history of the founders Sebastian Brack, Steffen Lohr and Bastian Heuser can be summarized.
When von Humboldt arrived in Paris in August 1804, he had not only his famous notes and sketches, but also countless plant samples in his luggage. Many of these samples are still used today in the Herbarium of the Botanical Garden. About 3000 exhibits count the collection.
This gin was made for anyone who does not consume alcohol at all or just wants to take a break but does not want to miss out on the great taste of gin: The name “Freigeist” can be translated to “free spirit” and the gin is made by distilling and macerating the contained botanicals. The goal was to create a non-alcoholic gin that tastes just like the real deal-and the Spreewald distillery made it happen.
Late in the evening of autumn 2007, two young gentlemen got together to enjoy a cultivated gin & tonic at the end of the day's work. Always tempted by a good drop, one glass resulted in another and the ideas developed with equal daring.
The full-bodied aroma of untreated juniper berries were the decisive factor in the making of this gin. In addition, there are coriander, lemon peel, angelica root, ginger, lavender flowers, cubeb pepper and other delicious botanicals, so that a total of 13 selected herbs & spices make up this gin.
In the daily handling of a wide variety of herbs and spices, the appreciation for each individual grows continuously: THE DUKE Rough Gin is dedicated to juniper berries, the most important ingredient of any gin.
THE DUKE Wanderlust Gin" embodies the feeling of wanderlust and love for your home at the same time. In addition to the important ingredients juniper, coriander and bitter orange, the distillate is refined with hand-picked natural spices from the Bavarian Alpine foothills: the fine blossoms edelweiss, cornflower, poppy, arnica flower and rose blossom give the gin a hint of honey aroma. Raspberry provides a clearly noticeable fruity note.
In our opinion, the production of Premium-Gin needs passion, attention to detail and the desire for quality.
This gin’s journey begins with wheat. More precisely with the wheat variety "Mulan", which only grows on fields in Upper Austria and is a beautiful raw material to start the distillate because of the region where it is found. The production of Premium-Gin needs passion, attention to detail and the desire for quality to be extremely important when it comes to distilling.
With Reisetbauer’s Blue Gin, they made a great base but were in search of more. They wanted to create a Gin as counterpart to the classical Blue Gin that should contain less alcohol but should also have much more flavour. And this was when they came up with the idea of a sloeberry blue gin.
We fell in love with the South of France because….well, it’s the South of France. “La Côte d'Azur” has inspired so many people before us and keeps fascinating many. Multitudes of artists have felt the same pull.
44°N - A gin imagined and distilled in Grasse, the fragrance capital of the world, where the deep blue Mediterranean sea and bountiful sunshine nourish aromatic Provençal botanicals. 44°N has its own spring with the purest water from the Alpes-Maritimes.
Infused with cucumber or grapefruit and produced in small batches so as to guarantee exceptional quality, our gin is manufactured locally using only the finest ingredients.
Infused with cucumber and produced in small batches so as to guarantee exceptional quality, our gin is manufactured locally using only the finest ingredients.
Infused with grapefruit and produced in small batches so as to guarantee exceptional quality, our gin is manufactured locally using only the finest ingredients.
Windspiel Gin kommt mit dem Hang zum besonderen. So vereint er Tradition, Eleganz und Bodenständigkeit in einer Flasche.
The fine Windspiel (in English: wind chime) Premium Dry Gin is not only a multiple medal winner, but also the product that has enabled Windspiel to achieve a national and international breakthrough. In the style of classic London Dry Gin, this clear spirit puts juniper notes at the centre of attention. Dry and mild with a fine spiciness as well as floral and herbal nuances, the Windspiel Gin is based on potato alcohol.
The trendy Windspiel Premium Sloe Gin is created with as much attention to detail and expertise as the classic dry gin. The biggest difference at first glance appears to be the colour, as this spirit shines in an exciting red. This is due to the special ingredient that gives it its name: It's sloe gin from Germany. Sloe gin has a sweeter profile than dry juniper brandy, thanks to the hand-picked sloes. The red fruits of this shrub growing in the Eifel were carefully harvested after the first frost and processed into sloe juice. These berries and their juice find their way into the macerate and complement the other botanicals for the flavouring. Regional and international ingredients are brought together in a secret distillery recipe.
Established in 2009 64°Reykjavik Distillery is the first Icelandic distillery. As a family-run, independent distillery with multiple Red dot awards, 64°Reykjavik Distillery is recognized as the vanguard of high quality crafted spirits in Iceland. 64° Uses certified green sustainable energy and locally foraged berries and botanicals for the processing of its unique spirits.
Distilled gin after London methode, 64° is taking the gin experience into a new territory by exploring the wonders of Nordic botanicals. Considered a natural tonic by the settlers and treasured as a valuable spice, Angelica seeds carry flavour as captivating as the starburst flowers that hold them.
As Iceland's only native evergreen tree, juniper is well adapted to the harsh natural environment, growing low and shrub-like as arctic winds whip across the lava fields. Even if weather conditions happen to be favourable, juniper berries can take up to two years to ripen - so with this in mind, we celebrate the hardy character of juniper with its own spirit.
We launched our Niemand Dry Gin in 2015 and now gin connoisseurs can enjoy this unique distillate in the best bars in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, UK and Hong Kong. The extraordinary gin dispenses with the common citrus note and captivates with its floral, gentle note, brought about by the 3 elementary botanicals lavender, sandalwood and rosemary. Fine notes of apple, ginger, cinnamon, coriander, vanilla, pine nuts, juniper round off our Niemand.
Niemand Dry Gin is an extraordinary spirit, hand-crafted and diluted to 46%, this gin convinces you with a floral and woody taste. “Niemand” is the German word for “Nobody” and this brand’s motto is: “Nobody is like you”. And indeed, no gin is like this one: While most other gin brands combine the juniper berry with lemon, Niemand refrains from doing just that.
Gunpowder Irish Gin is the love story between an Irish distiller, PJ Rigney, and the oriental botanicals he found on his travels. Rigney pushes the boundaries of gin making with his hand-crafted, small-batches of slowly distilled gin with exotic botanicals. It is only fitting that the logo consists of a jackalope, a mythical creature that appears after a Drumshanbo legend at will, as in a dream.
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