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Monday, September 26, 2022

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Our ‘Top Ten’ of the gins we have reviewed to date:

‘Top Ten’ Gins for your hip flask

In June this year (2022) we tried a bottle of Jaffa cake Gin, which was really very good and give us the idea to start this page.  I would immediately have put this tasty tipple into our ‘Top Ten’ of gins reviewed to date on our Home Page but would’ve had trouble deciding which to remove from the list.

Our rationale being that out of all the gin we’ve tried, gutsy tipples like Jaffa Cake and Whitley Neill’s Rhubarb & Ginger deserve their own space: warming gins that are as good, neat, as in a cocktail – to be enjoyed from a hp flask on a cold winter’s day on the sport’s field, on a boat in a Force 7, or beside a roaring fire after a wet walk with the dog.   And it’s something a bit different …

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