Juniper brandy has always been part of the many repertoires of German fruit brandies. The liqueurs based on gin are still among the most popular recipes. Lately, when gin has become more popular and demand has increased, German distilleries have also get into gin production. In addition to well-known German distilleries, successful start-up companies and local micro-distilleries also made it very well known.
Over and above to the virtuosos with their long distilling tradition as Adler Berlin Dry Gin. Many modern startups have become the backbone of German gin production and successfully represent Germany on the international market. For example gin from the young Korbinian Achternbusch from Munich – all these gins shine through their real craftsmanship and the dedication of their master distillers.
At the forefront of German gins: Monkey 47 gin from the Black Forest.This was provided with 47 botanicals, most of these botanicals are made up from local ingredients. Like Monkey, a lot of other German distilleries are also start to add a piece of home in their gin. For now in our collection there are not a lot of gin from Germany. But we will try based on our gin tastings, and our reader’s comments to expand the collection.