Four Gins from Germany

Right now there are four different German gins sitting in my collection so I thought it was a good chance to talk about them here. Probably the best known of all German gins internationally is Monkey 47, a superb gin and featured on my favourites of 2016 list with ease. but the other gins listed…

Gin Review ~ Thomas Dakin Small Batch Gin

  The Gin It’s 1761, and in the north of England, Thomas Dakin began distilling gin. Gin was definitely not as trendy then as it is now yet he persevered. In 1809, his daughter-in-law Margaret became the first female distiller with the Greenall family becoming custodians of Thomas Dakin gin recipe in 1860. 200 years…

World Gin Day – 11th June 2016

World Gin Day is on this Saturday, 11th June. Organised by Gin Monkey and now in it’s 8th year, World Gin Day is a day to celebrate all things Gin! If I was in London I’d be at Junipalooza – a gin festival taking place in Tobacco Docks on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June. Alas…

Event ~ Dublin Gin & Tonic Fest, June 22nd – 27th 2015

  Later this month, Dublin get’s it very own Gin festival brought to you by the Great Irish Beverages team. This makes me very happy as you might imagine…Thirty of the capital’s pubs and venues will join in the celebrations of Ireland’s finest gins. Lots of great venues participating as you can see below, including some of…

Gin Review ~ Williams Chase Extra Dry Gin

Bringing back The Friday Gin Review with a fresh batch of Gins! This week its Williams Chase Extra Dry Gin..   The Story Chase Distillery is an independent and family run, single estate distillery in Herefordshire, England. William Chase is a person, the farmer of this land…with what was originally a potato farm, expanded into crisps/potato…