A Perfect End-of-Winter Gin

Martin Miller’s Gin has a clean, refreshing flavor of citrus and sweet juniper with creamy hints of herb and flowery tones. It’s absolutely one of the best gins I’ve tried and I’ve tried a few in my day, gin-and-tonic being my go-to when out on the town (once every 3 years, haha). I really love gin above all other liquors because a nice gin stands alone on its flavor, cleanses your palate, mixes sweet with savory in a romance of spices, and can be sipped over ice or mixed into a hundred different cocktail options. Martin Miller’s delivers both on clean, lovely flavor and frankly on its spot-on packaging which is modern and quite cool (would make a lovely gift for the hipster cocktail connoisseur in your life).

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Cocktails pictures are Andalusian Gin & Tonic, Martin Miller’s Mojito, and Corpse Reviver No. 2. I’m all about the first two, but they’re made up of what you’d expect, so wanted to share the recipe for this Corpse Reviver No. 2 here:

20ml Martin Miller’s Gin
20ml Lemon juice
20ml Cointreau
20ml Lillet Blanc

Glass: Martini
Method: Shake with ice cubes and strain into a cocktail glass
Garnish: Lemon twist

“After all gin isn’t some boring neutral spirit; gin is the most seductive of drinks. Good gin should simply invite you to love it.” -Martin Miller

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