Gin

Gin derives its name and predominant flavor from juniper berries. First created as a medicinal spirit in the Middle Ages, gin was later combined with tonic to mask the flavor of quinine as a remedy for malaria.

While the gin and tonic is still popular in England, gin’s use in martini cocktails has largely been replaced by vodka around the world. With premium handcrafted and flavored gins on the rise, our expert reviews help you find the best gins.

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At-home Gin Cocktail Recipes Gin has come a long way since its days as a Medieval medicinal spirit and this list proves there's more ways to mix it up beyond the gin and tonic. The classic gimlet was developed in 1867when lime...
The Top Gins from Around the World Originating in the Middle Ages in Holland, when juniper-infused spirits were popular herbal remedies, gin later became greatly popular in England during the "Gin Craze", and is now experiencing a renaissance as a new generation discovers its intense taste. Gin's distinctively...