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Gin reviews

GreatGins is one man’s mission to experience, share and inspire with everything great about gin… hence my gin reviews.

The world of gin is vast and expanding. There are countless different expressions. Keeping up can be a challenge, let alone knowing where to start.

Great Gins whisky reviews aim to give a balanced opinion on whiskies old and new from an avid whisky enthusiast. For round up posts, see posts like my premium gin reviews, my every day gins reviews or my super premium gin reviews. For individual reviews of some interesting varieties, by all means, dive in.

As things stand, there really isn’t all that much information available to those of us interested in exploring the wonderful whiskies of this world. Great Gins as a site exists to try and change that. Hopefully, my gin reviews are a good start.

Fentiman’s Pink Grapefruit tonic

Fentimans Pink Grapefruit Tonic

Fentimans have been around since 1905, when Thomas Fentiman was first given the recipe for Ginger Beer as collateral for a loan. While most people would probably be pretty upset if they lost out on money for a...
barrel aged

Koval Barrel Aged Gin Review, £47

Koval Distillery well and truly brought distilling back to Chicago when they opened in 2008. Started by husband and wife team, Robert and Sonat Birnecker, Koval was the first distillery I the city in over 100 ...
Tonics

Round up of Tonics

There is no better way to enjoy Gin than in a Gin & Tonic. As amazing as many gin cocktails out there are, they just do the spirit justice. With a good Gin & Tonic, you really get a taste for the flavo...
Fever Tree

Fever Tree Indian Tonic and Light Tonic

Fever Tree is a brand that was born out of a desire for a really good Gin and Tonic. Founders Charles Rolls and Tim Warrillow did an in depth study of Tonics in the market, to see what they were really made of...