Tanqueray London Dry Gin – Review

If you're wondering how a stalwart, classic London Dry Gin got a French-sounding name like Tanqueray, wonder no longer. The distant relatives of Charles Tanqueray, who founded the original Tanqueray distillery, relocated from France to England in the late 1600's. There...I guess that's pretty much it. Apparently, these early, ex-French Tanquerays were a devout bunch, … Continue reading Tanqueray London Dry Gin – Review

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Beefeater London Dry Gin – Review

I suppose I should start by pointing out that Beefeater Gin contains no beef, nor do you need to be a fan of eating beef to drink the stuff. While I'm sure this seems ridiculously obvious to the vast majority of people, this is coming from the United States, which as we all know, isn't … Continue reading Beefeater London Dry Gin – Review

Bombay Dry Gin “The Original” – Review

In college, a friend and I had what was probably a relatively short-lived agreement wherein if one of us was in our beloved local bar and the other walked in without realizing the other was there, then the one already at the bar had the satisfaction of buying the newcomer a shot of horrible rail … Continue reading Bombay Dry Gin “The Original” – Review