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13th

Jul

The World's 10 Top Gins.

There’s nothing worse than a bad G&T so let this guide to the world's 10 top Gins guide you.

Picture yourself heading into a bar and them pouring a low-quality gin into a small chipped tumbler then throwing warm cheap tonic on the top. That’s not a ‘proper’ Gin & tonic.

Gin and tonic should be made with loving care, and of course, a high-quality Gin!

Here’s our opinion of the best Gins in the world, do you agree?

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  1. Sacred Gin £36

It may be difficult to spell, but we can ensure this will be easy to drink! Handcrafted by Ian Hart in London, it is made in very small quantities. A smooth, well balanced gin that will give your tonic shivers!

 

  1. Portobello Road Gin £28

Quintessentially British, this classic London dry gin is distilled within a Copper Pot to create a Juniper led drink with hints of spice and citrus.

 

  1. Liverpool Gin £45

The Gin premiership and Liverpool comes in at a respectable 8th place. An award winning Gin produced in the city that brought you the beetles, a drink this good deserves a mixer to match, why not try it with the delightful 1724 Tonic Water.

 

  1. Monkey 47 Gin £47 monkey 47 gin

Small in size, but big in flavour. A unique gin from the black forest in Germany. The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the fact it's bottled at a nice 47% abv.

 

  1. Manchester Gin - £39

You football fans thought rivalry stopped at the  pitch didn’t you. At Corks Out we support both sides, red & blue. Manchester’s Gin comes in at 6th place, for all the Dandelion and Burdock lovers out there give this a try, you won’t be disappointed.

 

  1. Broker’s Gin - £24

At 5 we bring you the London Dry Broker’s. Quadruple distilled in a traditional copper-pot still and is made using English wheat and ten natural botanicals. A great price for all you bargain hunters out there, but don’t be fooled, the quality is not sacrificed.

 

  1. Pollination Gin - £36

Do you think when Pollination found out they were on our ‘top 10 gins in the world’ list they were BUZZING? Made with 29 botanicals this will be sure to leave your taste buds tingling. A creamy and herbaceous gin that works equally well mixed one part to three parts tonic.

 

  1. Death’s Door Gin - £50

Don’t let the name scare you off, Death’s Door won’t haunt you with horrible hangovers. This incredibly pure gin is big enough to stand up to a classic or vintage cocktail treatment, but soft enough to be enjoyed on the rocks or as a dry martini. It truly is the "utility" gin of our time.

 

2. Forest Gin - £52 forest gin

Worthy of second place just for the bottle, handmade from Porcelain, Forest Gins artwork is one of a kind. A double gold medal winner at the San Francisco World Spirit Awards, it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t love this Gin.

 

  1. Salcombe Start Point Gin - £42

The new kid on the Block at Corks Out, however it has made such a big impact with our customers how could we not award it first place? The Salcombe Start Point Gin has just been awarded Gold at the World Gin Awards, drink it and you’ll see why. It is perfect served on its own over ice or with a premium tonic water accompanied by a slice of red grapefruit to complement the rich and warm citrus notes. It also makes a cracking dry Martini with a twist of red grapefruit peel.

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