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Whirlybird Gin is the latest expression in a long line of Black Shuck gins from the beautiful county of Norfolk (UK). And if like me, you were lucky enough to have found one in your Christmas stocking last year then you can doubly whoop for joy. Not only have you got yourself a rather tasty gin you are contributing to a worthy cause.
Stumped for ideas for the gin lover in your life this Christmas? Forget the gin socks, gin bubble bath and gin earrings. What better gift to put in a Ginthusiasts’ Christmas stocking than a bottle of juniper juice? To help you on your way, I’ve compiled a list of my favourite gins of 2019, one for each day of Ginmas (I'm saying that like it really exists!). Some will be familiar and some are new gins out this year.
Thomas Dakin could be considered one of the founding forefathers of modern gin, truly an entrepreneur and pioneer, setting up the Bridge Street Distillery in Warrington at the tender age of 25 at a time when the quality of most gin was dire.