Our generic name for this ingredient is a bit of a misnomer – of course, all gin is botanical by definition!
What we’re referring to here are those gins with a flavor profile that is reliant on more than just juniper notes. Often, the botanicals include elements like cucumber, rose, citrus, and/or spices.
Also Known As
- St. George Terroir
- The Botanist
- Empress 1908
- Farmer's Botanical
Cocktails that use Botanical ginBee’s Knees Black Thorn Rose Blue Dahlia California 75 California Gin & Tonic Candice Don’t Mind If I Do Elder Fashion Royale Garden Gin & Tonic GGG+T Gimlet Gin & Soda Gin & Tonic Gin Daisy Gin Rickey Gin Sour Green Goddess Jardin Epice Magnificent Lady Monarch Mr. Beard’s Citrus Cooler Muddled Mission Nice (by Way of Antibes) Pamplemousse Pearl Collins Persephone’s Bouquet Ramble Screwdriver Southside Southside Fizz Spring Fever Spruce Goose Sunflower That Cucumber Cocktail Tom Collins West 8th
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