Best Gin Brands 2020 for Martini and Tonic

We have spent many hours comparing some forty productions available on the online market. And although each taste bud has its own preferences, it is Tanqueray N ° Ten Gin which has imposed itself on us as the best choice. It is distilled from fresh fruit, juniper berries and coriander seeds for an original and surprising result on the palate. The careful design of this bottle also makes it an ideal gift.

The Best Gin

 

1/ Tanqueray No. Ten Gin 70 cl

If you like the original flavors, we recommend Tanqueray N ° Ten. It is a gin very famous in the world for its mixture of fresh fruits, juniper berries and coriander seeds. Very present in bars and rewarded on numerous occasions, it is a must among existing gin brands. Thanks to its fruity aromas, it is an ideal choice if you want to prepare cocktails.

It is a fruit-based gin with white grapefruit, oranges and lime. A very refreshing combination! It is also distilled in small quantities with chamomile flowers and other plants such as juniper.

[ SHOP $41,75 ]

 

2/ Bombay Sapphire

Bombay Sapphire Gin is popular! And for good reason, it was created in 1987 on the basis of a recipe dating from 1761 which has not ceased to be appreciated by lovers of gin. Bombay Sapphire is the result of a steaming infusion of ten different plants, including Tuscan juniper, coriander, almonds, lemon, angelica from Saxony and liquorice, suspended in perforated copper baskets.

This technique produces a fine, light and elegant gin, which can be easily combined with a classic Gin Tonic or one of its variants such as orange or pepper. Consumers say it is a very good gin for making easy shaker cocktails. It is preferred in many bars because it is fairly light and soft on the palate.

[ SHOP $16.09 ]

 

3/ Roku Gin

Roku Gin is made from six Japanese plants – the sakura leaf and flower, sencha and gyokuro tea, sansho pepper and yuzu bark – by the famous House Suntory in Japan. Among the traditional ingredients are the flavors of juniper, orange peel and lemon, coriander and cinnamon. Fresh and tasty, it can be enjoyed pure or as a cocktail.

It’s the very first Suntory House gin in Japan. It was infused with a selection of plants, representing the four seasons: the leaves and sakura flower for spring, sencha tea and gyokuro tea for summer, sansho pepper for autumn and the rest of yuzu for winter. There are also the traditional ingredients mentioned above.

[ SHOP $39,4 ]

 

4/ Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin

Gordon’s is one of the best and most affordable gins. It is a dry gin from the London Dry Gin family, produced from cereals and vegetable ingredients. Distilled three times, it is reputed to be fairly dry and not very flavored. And yet today it has no less than 35% market share in the UK. It is therefore a classic that can be found everywhere in bars.

Gordon’s Gin is the biggest seller of gin in the world. Its history dates back to the 18th century, with a recipe still kept secret. It was developed by Alexander Gordon after the opening of a distillery in the Southwark district in 1769.

[ SHOP $16,31 ]

 

5/ Gin Citadelle

Created by the famous French distiller Alexandre Gabriel from Maison Ferrand, La Citadelle is made up of 19 ingredients of plant origin for a spicy and tasty result. Juniper, the essential base of the Citadel, is accompanied by delicate aromas of fresh flowers with more pronounced citrus features.

The juniper berries used for its manufacture are harvested on the site of the family home, at the Château de Bonbonnet, in Ars – in the Cognac region. The family has created spirits there for ten generations.

[ SHOP $20,78 ]

 

6/ Hendrick’s Gin

You’ll appreciate Hendrick’s gin if you like floral flavors and aromas of rose petals. Resulting from a unique elaboration process, it is produced based on neutral alcohol in which rose petals, cucumbers and eight other plants have been infused: coriander, juniper berries, angelica, cumin, lemon peel, etc. It also stands out from the competition with elegant vintage packaging.

It is distilled, artisanally in very small quantities, by William Grant & Sons (brand launched in 1999) in Girvan in Scotland. The distillery uses two 19th century stills: the Carter Headet and the Bennett Still which give this gin its aromatic sweetness and character. According to connoisseurs, Hendrick’s gin has a floral aromatic power and great freshness.

[ SHOP $83,07 ]