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A worthy standard bearer...

Advantages: Liquid crushed velvet
Disadvantages: none

While some have decided I must be a whisky priest, I do know something about the sorrows of gin, too. The first gins to be recorded in history come from regions in the Netherlands, in the 1600s. British soldiers returning from continental warfare bro ...

frkurt 10.09.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Tanqueray Gin

Drink Gin, Order Chinese and Play Guess Who.

Advantages: Smooth taste, easy to drink, great to create new concoctions
Disadvantages: If you don't like gin, I'd give it a miss.

...Gin. I do love a G&T in the evenings, I must say, and Tanqueray is my gin of choice. That's if payday has arrived, otherwise I'll stick to Ribena thanks. Tanqueray is a very well known brand due to the quality of its product and the lengthy pro ...

Ottavia 14.09.2008 · Read full review
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A name to trust

Advantages: Crisp, distinct taste
Disadvantages: Pricey

Gin has something of a bad reputation in the world of spirits. Having been the drink of choice for Victorian alcoholics and the those fallen on hard times and needing a spirit-fuelled release, Gin has been called a number of names, including the most famo ...

optimaboy 17.12.2006 · Read full review
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The best of all London Dry Gins

Advantages: Quality, Purity, Spirit
Disadvantages: none

The first gins to be recorded in history come from regions in the Netherlands, in the 1600s. British soldiers returning from continental warfare brought back recipes and samples of the grain spirit mixed with berries for flavouring. Thus commenced a natio ...

sophie_guillemard 30.04.2002 · Read full review
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Gin Soaked? Moi?

Advantages: Powerfully smooth
Disadvantages: You fall down quicker

Once upon a time, when I was young, I got very drunk on gin, was very ill, and vowed that I would never touch the stuff again (not alcohol, just gin!). Years later, when I discovered that I was going to be an expatriate, I decided that I should hold th ...

Mojoly 07.07.2003 · Read full review
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