One of my absolute favorite gins. Such a smooth gin. Obviously great for a martini but I love using it to make an Aviation cocktail. — 4 years ago
The remarkable notes of unique botanicals. The gin maker’s gin. Highly recommend. — 2 years ago
K&L notes as follows
am very surprised with this gin - the addition of quinine (not to mention the wormwood!) makes it a perfect gin for those, like me, that loves gin and tonic. You don't even have to add the tonic! Just some ice cubes and it will take you straight to paradise...
Orbium is Hendrick's reimagined. It's the same classic Hendrick's, but with the addition of quinine, wormwood, and blue lotus blossom. The results are a completely different gin that shows off many of the traditional gin cocktails in one beautiful pour. — 3 years ago
For a change in gin, this is really good. — 5 years ago
A very aromatic gin from Provence and distilled from grapes growing in the winemaker’s vineyard where she typically produces a gorgeous Rosé. I love gin almost as much as I love wine and this might be one of my favourites. It has an incredibly floral nose with hints of lime and grapefruit, juniper is notably restrained in the flavour profile with exotic citrus and delicate spice taking center stage. We used this gin to create one of my favourite cocktails: the Aviation. It was superb. — 2 years ago
Lavender, thyme, juniper summer creamsicle. Lovely with a bouquet of fragrant white lilies from the market.
I drank this straight and while it would do well in a cocktail or with club soda/tonic, I think this actually drinks straight pretty well and beats Roku, in my humble opinion, in that realm. Used to be my go-to. Uncle Val’s is still definitely my top-liner, though. Tough to beat. But hey the Minnesotans know what they’re doing on this one... — 3 years ago
Very restrained and classic tasting tasting London Dry Gin. Blends well in cocktails. A nice alternative to Beefeater.and other traditional London Dry gins. — 2 years ago