Gin Mare: The Freshest Gin in Town

The weather is clinging on for dear life and it’s still outside-drinking weather. What better way to enjoy the last of the summer with a refreshing G&T?

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.

What’s your gin of choice? Tell us about it in the comments, or on our Twitter and Facebook pages?

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About Laura

Freelance writer waxing lyrical most often about wine, food, travel, feminism, Literature, and the telly box. Daydream-believer and all-round lover of the good old days.

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