Gin is an alcoholic drink made with juniper berries. Gin was first used by alchemists in Europe as a medical tonic. Nowadays Gin is one of the most extensively consumed alcoholic beverage. It is mainly consumed with mixing in tonic water. Gin has a very strong taste due to berries. We present you 5 most expensive Gins in the world.
Spring Gin Gentleman’s Cut
Spring Gin Gentleman’s Cut is a Belgian made gin. It is famous for its peppery, piney aroma with juniper and other essences. In the process of making it is distilled three times using grains, and for a fourth time with 13 exquisite botanicals added. This Gin has 48.8% alcohol which makes it excellent for use in cocktails.
45 West Distillery Burleigh’s London Dry Gin
Burleigh’s London Dry Gin is one of the finest British Gins. London Dry Gin is instilled with silver birch, dandelion, elderberries, and many more herbs. It is mainly consumed mixed with a martini.
Nolet Reserve Dry Gin
The Netherlands is the land of Gin & Nolet’s is one of the finest Dutch distilleries in the world. They make their super luxurious Gin using juniper and several other botanicals. But what gives Nolet Reserve Dry Gin its unforgettable flavour is a specially handcrafted recipe that includes the worlds most expensive spice, Saffron & the delicate, Verbena.
The Cambridge Distillery Watenshi Gin
The Cambridge Distillery Watenshi Gin is a collector’s Gin. Only six bottles of watenshi Gin are produced per distillation. It is the rarest Gin in the world. This gin has a sweet citrus and spicy taste, supported by bitter juniper and an incredibly long, complex finish. Watenshi Gin is referred to as the absolute pinnacle of modern spirits production. The hunt for Watenshi Gin is definitely worth the flavour which very few have savoured.
Jam Jar Gin Morus LXIV
Jam Jar Gin Morus LXIV is distilled from the leaves of a single ancient Mulberry tree. A single batch of this exquisite gin takes more than two years of careful work to produce. But this period is what gives it its rich & spicy flavour.
These were the 5 most expensive Gins in the world.