Organic Nation Gin Review

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Organic Nation Gin

Organic Nation Gin

Alexandrian Solution

Organic Nation Gin provides the remedy to a misconception that all gin is forgettable. 

I love teaching Alcohol Drinkers that there is light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to gin. One way to do this is by showing how each gin is different from another gin.

Since seasoned drinkers have stockaded a long illustrious collection of exotic drinks and devastation, it’s normal for experimentation of ill-prepared mortals to venture into the great abyss of juniper land.

Now, more that ever, Organic movement is not only being used to illustrate uniqueness with brands but also build a loyal following of hipsters that believe The world is our oyster. Organic Favorite Gin has focused on quality and craftsman’s ship with their “Buy Oregon” message.

What I like about Organic Nation Gin is that it makes me curious about what more Oregon has to offer.

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What makes Organic Nation so special? For one it’s fun to drink, as this review progressed, I was constantly recharged with each sip and gave me a traveler’s sense of adventure. Made me want to play a virtual reality version of Oregon Trail.

Second, Cucumber, coriander and citrus notes translate into soothing, eye opening, and refreshing senses of pleasure; I like the pure thoughtful nature of this gin, makes me want to indulge my self with learning more about the quality Oregon brings to the table.

Organic Nation Gin is a gateway to all things good. Organic Rye, wheat, and corn give all the balance you need to produce worthy products in the world of gin



  • Organic Pure Product
  • Soothing Aftertaste
  • Gives the impression of fun
  • Traveling¬†Souvenir
  • Perfect Pairing to outdoor adventure


  • Why buy the vodka when you can have this?
Organic Nation Gin

Things don’t get much better than this.

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Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin Review

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Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin


Plain Jane Gin

Greenall’s Gin has been around for over a quarter of a¬†millennium, making it tick like a Timex, and one of the reasons for this is consistency. I like the hipster website design where something old is new again and Greenall’s rocked out with a extended cocktail list that can be found here.

One item of expression that drew me to Greenall’s is that there is an uproar in the community split on the diversity of quality in this product. While some believe it is a great value, other’s tend to agree, not so fast.

My initial intake of Greenall’s is that they have to constantly reinvent themselves due to the overwhelming increase in competition. ¬†This is a challenge because how to sustain your current customer base while bringing on new¬†clientele.

Let’s back up and realize that Greenall’s incorporate as a business the same year the Gin Distilling in England 1761. Let’s also realize a raging inferno in 2005 only shut down production for 5 days. 7 master distillers have held the reigns for over 250 years, and right now Joanne Moore is in control.

Tasting is simmered down, well in control of a G rated party. There’s nothing here to knock your socks off, but rather allow yourself to unwind without awakening the spirits.

Imagine you are at a party and there are a dozen sorority¬†sisters, all looking the same, there is no¬†differentiator. I get that vibe from Greenall’s, not that it is a bad thing, rather I’m looking for more.

For other’s, Consistence is a pleasant atmosphere of involvement and people tend to like what to expect. My intentions would be that the wow factor would come from the cocktails not just the gin. This is where I struggle since I allow the spirit itself to carry me off on my own, and I don’t get that sensation here alone.

What I would endorse, would be the wide allocation of cocktails apparent on the website, which allow this gin to serve as a baseline to exploration. Even the glasses that demo the ability to mix well will make the curiosity grow.


  • Great Baseline for Cocktails
  • Consistent
  • Plays well with others
  • Won’t knock your socks off
  • Mellow Flavor


  • Plain Jane Personality may not be for some
Greenall's Gin

Green is a good color on you.

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Rear Admiral Joseph’s Original London Dry Gin Review

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Rear Admiral Joseph's Original London Dry Gin

Rear Admiral Joesph's Original London Dry Gin-Scaled Bottle

Rear Admiral Joseph's Original London Dry Gin is the best value in gin today.

It’s hard to go wrong with Trader Joe’s these days, projected a selection of products only found in their store.

I like this as it reflects upon a poor man’s Costco.

My initial first impress of Rear Admiral Joseph's Original London Dry Gin would that it would be good, although after researching on the web, it seems that W.J. Stillman LTD, having a direct connection to Loch Lomond Distillery  knows what they are doing when it comes to spirits.

I can equate the aroma to Le Male by¬†Jean Paul Gaultier¬†it’s pleasant, powdery notes hum a certain sort of rhythm¬†that compliments the case of Two Buck Chuck you picked up. ¬†Persuasive notes of indulgence are here, as the lowest ranking admiral signals to hit the high seas.

It’s certainly smooth with a certain mineralistic quality about it that echoes the shores of Scotland. I’m not complaining about this 7 dollar special.¬†

What I enjoy about this gin is that Trader Joe’s has a wide variety of mixers, especially their juices that compliment their spirits fully. Your party is now complete with this gin added to the mix. Shout out to¬†Trader Joe’s Heart of Darkness Mango Passion Fruit Blend with rum, and you won’t be disappointed. You will be educated with Francis Ford Coppola, ¬†But I helped him drink his wine. He always had some mighty fine wine, sing it.

Wrapping up,¬†Rear Admiral Joseph's Original London Dry Gin deserves a second look, as I am increasingly pleased with the pure value Trader Joe’s bring. If you are mixing or sipping dry, I can think of no better pleasing of the masses than¬†Rear Admiral Joseph's Original London Dry Gin. While this is no RAJ, it must¬†certainly¬†will do by bring a classic to the dinner table or Helm.


  • Best Mixing Gin I’ve seen
  • Poor Man’s Beefeater
  • One Stop Shop
  • From Cradle to Grave
  • LAND HO!


  • On my third glass, and still going strong.
Rear Admiral Joseph's Original London Dry Gin


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Tanqueray London Dry Gin Review

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Tanqueray London Dry Gin

<strong>Tanqueray</strong> Gin

Tanqueray is a gin that is available everywhere, and chances are if you have had gin before, it might of been Tanqueray.

¬†Now the downside to tanqueray is that people that have tried and didn’t like it usually stop right there. The term “Mother’s Ruin” applies here, I can hear your mother saying “Don’t ever drink gin, because gin will make you sin.”

Tanqueray has a place in my heart because I associated it with good times in the club and a growing period in my life. Who can forget the¬†proverbial¬†TnT, Tanqueray and Tonic, that is just refreshing,¬†sophisticated¬†and yummy. I love the elegance and¬†exquisiteness¬†that becomes you as the spirit is enjoyed neat. The true identity comes through and it has some getting used to, but when it does the word “Wow” escapes the lip. Most people dodge out too early and discount Tanqueray as simply pine sap.

Now that the quality of gin has improved and people are no longer making it in their bathtub,(so I hope), I look forward to the next creation, while still remaining humble. It’s crisp, clean and refreshing, and I feel people that have been drinking gin for decades drink Tanqueray. I wonder how you market to a younger crowd now that the amount of gin has increased from what it was ten years ago. I have respect for Tanqueray and admire the long stretch of continuing success. Finding new cocktails to compliment the flavor profile would be very enlightening and I love the ability to look at things from new eyes.¬†

Going to the actual distillery would open my eyes to more history and tradition. Let’s heighten my appreciation to see how it all happens behind the scenes and view the technical aspects of start to finish. I always love hearing the story behind how things are created.


  • Time honored tradition
  • Powerhouse of gins
  • Gives you a reason to come back
  • More appreciation with age
  • Classic Gin


  • Will Tanqueray ever make a new gin?
Tanqueray Gin

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Bombay Dry Gin Review

Bombay Dry Gin saves the Queen.

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Bombay Dry Gin

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“White Queen”

Often overshadowed by it’s Blue Brother, Bombay Dry Gin has earned respect among the gin community as a classic London Dry Gin. More juniper taste, and a peppery aroma, Bombay Dry Gin lends memories of classic¬†British¬†tradition, that will leave with an English accent at the end of the glass.

Bombay Dry Gin makes me think there is more to offer in the world. It start’s complex and drifts away with lingering burn in the month, makes you think of sophistication and¬†inebriation¬†all at the same time. It’s a gin that can’t be denied a place in history as well as any bar, as some might use this as their well gin. Lemon peel is present here as deep inhalation is take aback and¬†analyzed.

Bombay Dry Gin has the uncanny ability to let your thought process go to ¬†a deeper level, it’s a thinker’s gin, with beautiful remarks of vapor dreams. In these visions, you would have the remarkable insight to believe there is a way to make gin better. Take what you know and proceed to produce a volume of suggestions, recipes and refinement.

Now, it’s not always how you can make things better, but different. This is illustrated in Bombay Sapphire, as well as Bombay Sapphire East, which bring in two additional¬†ingredients¬†to counteract the sweetness of American Tonic Water. Keep in mind good gin is up to speculation as all of our palates are different. It would explain why some like chocolate, and others enjoy vanilla.¬†


  • Let’s people understand the start of gins
  • See how much gin has evolved
  • Opens the Door to new things
  • Classic London Dry Gin
  • Nice to see more than just Juniper


  • How would you make Bombay Dry Gin different?

Bombay Dry Gin

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