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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.

East India Company London Dry Gin

East India Company London Dry Gin

Gin is said to have began life on ships, when sailors were looking for something to wash bitter tonic down with. The East India Company, who owned these ships, have come back to stake their claim in the revival...
red door gin

Red Door Gin

Named for the distillery doors at Benromach in the Speyside region of Scotland, Red Door Gin is the distillery’s foray into the world of Gin. The Brand Benromach has been making Whisky since 1898, when they w...