Gins of the World
I started this year thinking I will do all my research and studying of gins. The history of gins, the manufacturing process, the different ingredients in different gins and the difference in gins by their origins. I also wanted to try out those gins in different cocktails and make a comparative study.
The good news is that so far, I have learned a lot. I mean a lot.
The bad new is that my original estimate of 26 gins in 52 weeks has now ballooned to 38 gins. I think I will continue with this in 2018.
In the meanwhile, I mapped out all the distilleries for these 38 different gins spread over 13 different countries in 4 different continents. Looked cool…
And here is the link to the map in case anybody wants to know more details: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?hl=en&mid=1tsYujwbCei154Wv5BYBTQxUyn0I&ll=29.843387093543175%2C-80.20935361249997&z=3
Which is your favorite so far?
Malfy from Italy and Hendricks from Scotland
Similar trend in northwest USA – especially Oregon
Try gunpowder gin from Ireland if you get a chance
I will. I have to find out how to get it now
Can only second, very nice gin. Bought it this summer when on vacation in Ireland
Dieter, I am getting one next week. This is difficult to get in us. Waiting for it to be shipped,…
Was in Singapore this week and saw a bar called Tonic. Checked out the Gins – a smallish collection that will not pass muster this you I think