4 Gins You Need To Try on World Gin Day
We take a look at the winners and runners-up in this year's Gin Category at The People's Drink Awards 2017 to celebrate World Gin Day.
Did you know June 10th marks World Gin Day?
World Gin Day is a global celebration of all things gin, taking place each year on the second Saturday in June. The day encourages gin lovers to share a tipple or two with their fellow gin buddy, whether its neat, shaken into a cocktail or enjoyed as a G&T.
While you get ready to sip away on World Gin Day, instead of grabbing your favourite bottle from the shelf now is the perfect time to expand your gin tasting horizons.
To help you discover a new bottle, The People's Drink Awards have just the remedy!
The People’s Drinks Awards are the only UK drinks awards body judged solely by the general public with panels completing a blind tasting following reviewing the packaging and story behind each bottle.
Discover the overall winner and the top taste bottles so you can have some ginspiration for the day!
Brighton Gin was named the 'UK's Best Gin' overall, beating 300 other brands to secure the winning title.
The gin is made from 100% British organic wheat spirit, re-distilled with juniper, fresh orange and lime peel, coriander seed and milk thistle.
Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin
Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin was awarded Gold in the Taste Category at this year's People's Drink Awards.
The gin was the first gin made in Yorkshire and is produced using pure Yorkshire water, juniper, citrus elements and a secret botanical ratio.
Shetland Reel Gin
Shetland's only gin Shetland Reel Gin won the Silver award in the Taste Category.
With a recipe using a secret mix of botanicals, the Gin utilises apple mint which is specially grown on the island of Unst.
Hammer & Sons Frederiksberg Gin was awarded Bronze in the Taste Category.
Frederiksberg Gin combines 7 botanicals and utilises botanicals grown in the local area with lavender flowers and acorn from Frederiksberg Gardens.Gin fans! Browse our Shop to enjoy gin cocktails at home!