Best Ways to Drink gin


In a cocktail

If you're new to drinking gin, and you find the herbal taste to be a little off-putting, try adjusting your palate slowly by drinking gin in a cocktail as opposed to going on the rocks right away.

Try something like a bramble - it's sweet and fruity and accents gin's best qualities. If you want to go a bit more refined, go for a negroni. It's complex and the citrus flavors make it taste almost like a grapefruit. Also try to get the best quality gin you can, but you don't have to break the bank. A mid-priced gin should be alright to start. Try to avoid something too dry, like a martini, for a first time if you're not used to the taste of gin.

In a cocktail

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