Distilled Gin — England, EnglandTasted17.0 USD per Pour
Nolet's Silver Gin
Distilled Gin — NetherlandsTastedI used to be a big fan, but the sweetness just turns me off now. The peach & rose are overwhelming to me (now).
Bombay Sapphire Gin (47%)
London Dry Gin — EnglandTastedI always keep a (large) bottle around, great for G&Ts and parties when you don't want to bring out all the expensive bottles. Yet it never feels cheap.
Bombay Sapphire East Gin
London Dry Gin — EnglandTastedAn interesting addition to the Bombay line. The flavoring (peppercorn, lemongrass) really draws you in. Excellent price, wide availability. A nice sipper when you want something more "flavored".18.0 USD per Bottle
Beefeater London Dry Gin (47%)
London Dry Gin — EnglandTastedI recently bought a bottle "for old times sake". And I drank it all up. A classic London dry, excellent price, wide availability, and in my book much better than Tanq - which I find I can't drink any more.16.0 USD per Bottle
Portobello Road No. 171 Gin
London Dry Gin — London, EnglandTastedThis was hyped quite a lot. I think it's OK but not spectacular.24.0 USD per Bottle
Bluecoat American Dry Gin
Modern Gin — Pennsylvannia, USATastedSolid gin, citrusy. Nothing spectacular but easy enough to get when I visit the east coast.
Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin
Distilled Gin — EnglandTastedMy top martini gin. I particularly like the peppery (to me) finish. I am not a big fan of the 80 proof which might be OK for some cocktails (non-spirit forward).29.0 USD per Bottle
London Dry Gin — EnglandTastedThis gin is the best value out there, bar none. Adequate proof for martinis and it tastes great. Death & Co turned me on to it. I probably buy more bottles of this than any other gin these days but I never feel like I'm skimping or being cheap. PS: A lot has been written about the bottle design and I love the bottles for reuse (have too many now).20.0 USD per Bottle
Distilled Gin — SpainTastedI love this gin. I had it in Barcelona in 2014 where it was very common at the time, but unheard of elsewhere. I can now get it more regularly, and an old friend even hand carries bottles from Spain for me (700ml and 1L). It has a nice savory flavor, the one gin I still add olives to. I use a celery bitter when I use Gin Mare in martinis (my daily sip). I can't recommend this enough.