What's a food and drink forum without a thread dedicated to gin? I've amassed a bit of a collection (oops), so what's your favourite gins, recommended garnishes, tonics etc?
Not had Gin for over thirty plus years as a teen getting drunk on Gordans . Seen a big resurgence with many smaller specialist distillers but I've not yet felt the urge to revisit the taste from those days. I'll watch this thread as I did the same with Vodka for many many years but revisited it last year in Crystal Skull and was plesently suprised.What's a food and drink forum without a thread dedicated to gin? I've amassed a bit of a collection (oops), so what's your favourite gins, recommended garnishes, tonics etc?
In reference to your avatar, but off topic I far prefer Magners in cans than bottles.Just noticed this thread & love Gin so does the OH although she only recently got into it when we were in a Gin bar in Maderia and barman gave us a bit of a master class in Gin.
Plymouth Gin is our latest one and its nice do not think it would disappoint most peeps.
we also really liked sipsmiths which was a bit floraly (not sure thats a word but it'll do)
I am also awaiting a del from Amazon of Martin Miller which we have yet to try by the way its only £20 on Amazon, also had the more well know stuff bombay,tanquery both ok,hendricks which I didn't get on with.
Just to add we only have fever tree tonic and a large balloon glass is essential