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Delicious made in India gins you must try

Aug 29, 2023 | ET Online


Hapusa, made by Nao Spirits, is the world's first Himalayan Dry Gin. It has juniper berries sourced from the Himalayas along with turmeric, mango, coriander seeds and almonds. (Image: Hapusa)

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India's first single-shot distilled ‘hemp' gin, GinGin comprises nine botanicals that include hemp, Himalayan juniper, coriander, lavender, rosemary, caraway seeds, cinnamon, lemongrass and butterfly pea flower. (Image: GinGin)

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Great Indian Gin

The Great Indian Gin (GiG) was initially launched for vodka lovers in the country and is available in three variants - the flagship, apple, and orange. (Image: GiG)

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Greater Than

Greater Than is the first gin made in India, and is juniper forward with citrus and ginger notes when it comes to the taste. (Image: Greater Than)

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Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin

A triple-distilled neutral grain spirit, Jaisalmer has 11 botanicals, 7 out of which have been sourced from all four corners of India. (Image: Jaisalmer)

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Matinee Gin

Matinee Gin comes with botanicals like snake saffron, white turmeric (instead of Angelica root), kagzi lime and Goan peppercorn, which give it a citrusy taste with a hint of sweetness. (Image: Matinee Gin)

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Distilled in the classic London Dry method, Samsara has 11 botanicals including hemp seeds, rose petals, vetiver grass, green cardamom and juniper berries. It is floral, citrusy and with a hint of spicy earthiness. (Image: Samsara)

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Satiwa Gin

Satiwa, a Goa-based gin has organic hemp seeds as it’s key botanicals. Complementing it are other botanicals such as juniper, orange peels, cardamom, cinnamon, rose petals, lemongrass and more. (Image: Satiwa)

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