To Gin or Not to Gin?
Below some bottles of our Gin-Gallery.
Let the Drinks beGin
Please note that you need to be over 18 / 21 to drink alcoholic
beverages containing Gin.
A good classic Gin, The Monkey 47, goes well along with a Thomas Henry Tonic.
I am not a great fan of Vodka, only in a Cosmopolitan,
so I like to drink my Moscow Mule with Gin.
This Gin together with ginger beer and lemon juice.
This Gin is made in Shetland and is infused by sea kelp.
You do not actually taste the seaweed , but it gives a special note.
To add a little Swiss note I use a Swiss Mountain Spring Tonic with this Gin.
An Orkney Gin with a wonderful bottle, that I will use later maybe as a vase.
This one I like to enjoy with a 1724 Tonic Water.
This Gin is named after the old Latin name of Zurich - Turicum.
I like this in in combination with a Gents Tonic.
I like the Japanese Design of this English Gin.
This one goes very well with a Japanese Tonic Water from Migros.
This is a great Gin from a small distillery in Cornwall.
Very nice with notes of elderflower and pink grapefruit.
This one works great with a Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic
or a Fentimans Pink Grapefruit Tonic.
Swiss made Gin from Brigels, great in combination with a Fentimans Botanical Tonic.
This Maine Gin is a regular one
and tastes great with Q Tonic Water.
When the Gin comes from Canada so should the Tonic Water - matching to this I would like to recommend the Canada Dry Tonic Water.
This is the Gin, who belongs into one of my favorite drinks:
The Strawberry - Basil - Smash
together with a Fever Tree Tonic, of course fresh Basil and
some splatters of aceto balsamico & done.
Thank me later.
A German Gin, who tastes best with the matching Windspiel Tonic Water.
This Gin is the perfect match together with rosmary and a
Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
With some botanical tonic, the Botanist is a very enjoyable Gin.
One of my favorites, together with a Noe 1883 Mendrisio Tonic.