I love stumbling upon a gin bottle that I don't recognize at first glance. It means there's still more gin out there to find!
K & L Faultline Gin (K & L Wine Merchants) - Faultline Gin stays with the herbaceous flavor profile of St. George gins, though not as overtly botanical as Botanivore and not as savory as the Mt. Tam. Driscoll notes the gin's harmonious flavor in a well-mixed martini, giving credit to St. George distiller Dave Smith for this latest iteration of the classic spirit. (via coolhunting.com)
Gin generally tastes bad, but i love the packaging K L Faultline Gin (K L Wine Merchants) -
Fantastic gin, exclusive to K Goes great in a Bloody Mary. Yes, gin in a Bloody Mary.
K Faultline Gin Alameda, California, USA www.klwines.com
as a gin drinker, i am very intrigued by this one..
hendricks gin- thank you Courtney for introducing this to me! Infused with cucumber and botanicals- creating a very tasty treat when mixed with tonic and a cucumber slice!
Hendricks gin - distolled and bottled in Scotland. Pour over ice and add some tonic and a slice of cucumber.
Hendrick's Gin is a brand of gin produced by William Grant & Sons in Girvan, Scotland. In addition to the traditional juniper infusion, Hendrick's uses Bulgarian rose and cucumber to add flavor. Hendrick's gin is bottled in a dark brown apothecary-style bottle.
hendricks gin My husbands spirit of choice, with tonic and lime of course
Hendrick's Gin, Retro Curious Web Site! http://www.hendricksgin.com