Boozy & Newsy: Bareksten Gin

If you need any further proof that most of Europe (and the rest of the world for that matter) has gone completely gin mad, look no further than one of Norway’s contributions to the category, Bareksten. The recipe features 26 different botanicals, 19 of which are locally sourced, bringing a bit of Scandinavian terroir to…

Podcast Episode 3: In search of Gin’s Great Gray Whale

In the third episode of The Drinkable Globe podcast, I sit down with actor, travel show host and now gin maker Marsh Mokhtari and chat about The Golden State, foraged botanicals and Indiana-Jonesing his way through South America. Keep an eye out for multiple-award-winning Gray Whale Gin. If its performance at the 75th Annual Wine &…

The Drinkable Week: The London Gin Renaissance

The Drinkable Week returns with a stop in London for some junipery goodness at Gin Festival and the leader of the London gin renaissance, Sipsmith Distillery. It’s exciting to see the streets of the capital awash in gin once again (but in a good way this time).