One Key Gin is a unique and intriguing gin from Slovenia. The standout feature of this gin is the bottle design, which features a key at the bottom that you turn to open. The concept is intriguing and the bottle looks beautiful in person. However, the key doesn’t stay in place and requires tape to keep it secure, which takes away from the overall aesthetic and functionality of the bottle. Additionally, some reviewers have noted that the bottle is not sealed, raising concerns about the authenticity and quality of the gin.
In terms of taste, One Key Gin has a traditional juniper and coriander flavor, but with a hint of ginger that sets it apart from other gins. It can be enjoyed neat or with a tonic water, and pairs well with a Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic. The ginger flavor is a nice touch and adds a refreshing twist to the gin, but some reviewers find the gin to be too mild and not particularly noteworthy.
Overall, One Key Gin is worth trying for the unique bottle design and unique flavor. However, there are other gins on the market that offer better quality and value. It’s a good option if you’re looking for something different to add to your collection, but it may not be a go-to gin for everyday sipping.
Life’s too short not to make a Tom Collins without One Key Gin.