We all know that – like most booze – there’s more than fifty shades of gin: that means some types are better than others, but it also means we can have lots of fun finding out.
I don’t know about you, but I generally don’t spend more than twenty quid on a bottle of gin. Especially not a 70cl bottle as opposed to a beefy litre. But sometimes it’s worth spending a few extra coins on a truly memorable tipple.
Gin Mare is just such a tipple. Pronounced ‘mar-ee’, it’s named after the sea in its native Spain (‘mar’) and that’s no surprise when you taste it.
A herby blend of thyme, basil and rosemary, it’s also boasts arbequina olive and mandarin as part of its make-up. These exotic additions add up to a massively refreshing gin – sun-drenched and dangerously drinkable.
It will set you back a few pounds though – one of the cheapest buyers we could find is One Click Vintage which sells a bottle at £35.08 with free shipping. The good thing is we think this is seriously worth it.