Browsing: craft spirits

Fresh-faced and youthful, modern gins like San Francisco’s No. 209 are changing the way we look at this ancient spirit.

Refined and hand-crafted Clase Azul has single-handedly changed perceptions on tequila as a frenzy-inducing, hangover-summoning devil juice.

Traditional mezcal, made from all-natural ingredients using centuries-old methods, ticks all the boxes for conscientious drinkers, says Joe Mortimer.

Taking its name from the Leith Docks of Edinburgh, where the distillery is housed, the newest Scottish gin sensation is Leith Gin, a uniquely herbaceous tipple and the first of Gleann Mór Spirits’ geographical range.

Riding at the crest of Britain’s gin renaissance, newcomer Fishers Gin is another example of superb English craft distilling.

The new Four Pillars Spiced Negroni from Australia’s craft gin pioneers adds a punch of spice to home mixology.

Helping revive the spirit of his ancestors, Raphael Holzer has launched Fernet Hunter, a contemporary expression of a timeless Austrian spirit.