Making tonic water with purified quinine and extracts.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
A bunch of new spirits hit the market before the end of the year.
So many drink books are coming out this fall I'm trying to post them in small groups. Here are three loosely themed on gin.
Before the holidays many brands release new spirits or line extensions to existing ones. These are some of what's new from Patron, Wild Turkey, The Glenlivet, Greenhook Ginsmiths, and more.
Anchor Distilling Co. debuts Anchor Old Tom Gin San Francisco’s Anchor Distilling Company introduces Anchor Old Tom Gin. This is the third style of small-batch gin produced by the distillery, which currently includes Junipero Gin, a classic London dry gin, and Genevieve, Genever-style gin. Anchor Old Tom, like its historical predecessors, is pot-distilled with juniper berries and other botanicals, sweeter than modern London dry gin, and bottled unfiltered. Though produced with the traditional botanicals star anise and licorice root, Anchor Old Tom also features stevia. Sourced from Paraguay, the stevia contributes to the gin’s sweetness. Anchor’s tomcat featured on the...
Rather than try to match the original gin exactly John took the existing botanicals (juniper, cholla cactus blossom, osha root, sage, and hops) and exercised some creative license to produce what he hopes truly matches the original vision of Wheeler’s: A gin that evokes the smell of the desert after a rain and seeks to highlight the unusual ingredients and their character.
Anthony Parks from Bergerac in San Francisco made a drink inspired by deviled eggs at the Bombay Sapphire Most Imaginative Bartender competition 2015 San Francisco finals. It was crazy in a good way.
In my latest story for Details.com, I asked bartenders which new gins they love to drink. I only included ones with multiple recommendations, and here is a list of 13 that rose to the top. I tried to limit them to gins launched in the last two years, though there may be an exception or two. Rev your G&T with these new gins. Related articles The Gin Renaissance in America: Who, When, Where, and Why Designing Bars that Make Money