Well made but odd, atypical, even for a New World Gin. Definitely worth a try !
A brighter more distinct Angustora with a whisper of Peychauds
Nicely balanced and only papaya bitter we know of.
A very interesting bitter that does a nice balancing act teasing out (slightly) sweet and citrus, vegetal, fruit, heat, and bitter in one package.
A nicely spicy bitter tonic
A well made and unique bitter that brings a lot to a drink without overwhelming it – delicate trick !
Serious smoked meat flavors
A very unique and interesting gin, well worth seeking out.
A blend of organic ingredients (five: juniper, rosemary, lemon, grapefruit and ginger). Singular and unique in a nice way.
As complex and baroque as a steampunk creation of any kind we have encountered. Well crafted but makes Hendricks seem mainstream and tame by comparison.
Made in a direct fired all-copper Stupfler Alembic still (a form of high tech pot still) this gin is then rested for three months prior to bottling infused with the a much different, minimalist recipe of botanicals: Italian juniper, Moroccan coriander, California lemons and grapefruit, Florida oranges, and Thai ginger to lend a very clean and uncluttered flavor profile.
Flower City Gin is a lovely blend of price and quality. Enough juniper to satisfy, without being overdone. Local gin quality at a mass produced price.
One of the most complex and baroque gins I have ever encountered. If I could, I would replace my blood with this.
Well Done, Simple and Elegant Gin.
Well done, gluten free and herbal/fruit forward rather than a juniper blast.