Top 10 award-winning gins (part two)

22nd December, 2020 by Nicola Carruthers

There are innovative and high-quality gins being made across the world, including South Africa, Australia and Sweden. Here’s our pick of the best juniper spirits that scored the top accolade in our latest taste test.

The ‘world’s first’ Grenache gin and a Scottish bottling were given Master medals in our competition

The global Covid-19 pandemic saw many brands unable to submit products into the original Gin Masters competition as planned.

As such, The Spirits Business staged a second virtual tasting of gins last month. The competition was judged by David T Smith, spirits writer and co‐founder of the Craft Distilling Expo; Bernadette Pamplin, spirits writer and judge; Ivan Dixon, independent spirits consultant; and Melita Kiely, editor of The Spirits Business, and chair of the event.

The blind-tasting competition yielded a large number of Master, Gold and Silver medals across categories such as contemporary, navy strength and London Dry.

Here, we look at 10 gins that grabbed Master medals in the competition, along with prices and tasting notes.

Click through to the following pages to view the award-winning gins from our blind-tasting competition. 

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