· GIN WITH Anise ·

Also referred to as aniseed, this is a large flower that is commonly found around the Mediterranean. It produces a black liquorice flavor while still offering a subtle basil tasting note. However, anise is more expensive to grow than star anise, which produces a near-identical flavor. Due to this, unless a gin brand specifically states it uses anise, chances are the gin is actually using star anise (which is not related and comes from Asia).

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1689 The Queen Mary Edition
5.03

5 Exceptional

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Wembley
3.03

3 Agreeable

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Opera
4.08

4 Superior

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Journeyman Distillery
4.47

4.4 Exceptional

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Ha'penny
2.810

2.8 Agreeable

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Sheringham
2.815

2.8 Agreeable

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Bivrost
3.527

3.5 Superior

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Wrecking Coast
3.73

3.7 Superior

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Wood's High Mountain
3.67

3.6 Superior

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Thompson Bros
4.33

4.3 Exceptional

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Spirit of Hven
3.56

3.5 Superior

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Brandon's
3.03

3 Agreeable

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Roby Marton
3.414

3.4 Superior

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Pickering's
4.33

4.3 Exceptional

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Liberator
4.610

4.6 Exceptional

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Langtons
3.58

3.5 Superior

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KWV
3.611

3.6 Superior

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Kelso Gin Company
2.06

2 Noteworthy

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Imea Gineprina d'Olanda
2.69

2.6 Agreeable

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Junipero
4.54

4.5 Exceptional

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GRANIT
3.33

3.3 Superior

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Fred Jerbis
4.01

4 Superior

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Echlinville
3.03

3 Agreeable

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David
3.221

3.2 Superior

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Dactari
0.00

0 Passable

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Crafter's
0.00

0 Passable

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Catz
4.626

4.6 Exceptional

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Both's
2.84

2.8 Agreeable

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Blue Ribbon
1.02

1 Passable

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Biercee
4.69

4.6 Exceptional

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Bareksten
5.01

5 Exceptional

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Baczewski
0.00

0 Passable

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Aviation
3.07

3 Agreeable

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Ampersand
5.01

5 Exceptional