There are a lot of distinct types of gin out there in the world. From brand to style, there’s tons to choose from. You’ve got the London dry, Plymouth, New wave, old wave, middle aged wave, (okay those last two were made up, but you get the point). Today, we are here to talk about the infamous Rhubarb gin, and not just any old bottles; but the best rhubarb gins on the market today!
Never had it? You’re missing out.
The Rhubarb plant was cultivated for medicinal purposes dating back to 2700 BC, and ironically, still hasn’t strayed too far from its original use in several types of alcohols.
If you live here in the UK and you’re a gin drinker – the chances are you will have heard of Rhubarb Gin. Rhubarb gin has grown in popularity with the market offering a number of amazing options. However, recently I wanted to learn how to make rhubarb gin. Don’t ask me why, but ever since I made toffee vodka, I wanted to try my hand at something different.
Plus I do love my gin and tonics. I mean who doesn’t. Nothing says Keep Calm & Carry On more than a gin and tonic at the end of a long day.
If you are simply too busy to read this entire article on what we think the best gin glasses are and literally just want the headlines, then here it is. This glass, was my favourite gin glass. However, once you’ve read the whole article, you’ll very quickly come to appreciate why, out of all the gin glasses we started with, only the below 4 made the cut. And believe me when I tell you I’ve become with how different glassware alters the taste of the liquid within it. If you don’t believe me, have a lot at what I think on wine decanters.