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I am going to plug a friend - my friend opend this distrilary, and is making gin. it is very different, no juniper, very crisp, some cucumber and citrus. I highly recomend
http://www.fewspirits.com/

Stuff looks good, would love to try it but, oh shucks, I live in a ridiculous state that despotically controls the liquor market and won't let adults order alcohol through the mail and won't carry niche items. Yay PA!

http://www.lcbapps.lcb.state.pa.us/webapp/product_management/psi_ProductListPage_Inter.asp?searchPhrase=few+spirits&selTyp=&selTypS=&selTypW=&selTypA=&CostRange=&searchCode=&submit=Search
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

I am going to plug a friend - my friend opend this distrilary, and is making gin. it is very different, no juniper, very crisp, some cucumber and citrus. I highly recomend
http://www.fewspirits.com/

Stuff looks good, would love to try it but, oh shucks, I live in a ridiculous state that despotically controls the liquor market and won't let adults order alcohol through the mail and won't carry niche items. Yay PA!

http://www.lcbapps.lcb.state.pa.us/webapp/product_management/psi_ProductListPage_Inter.asp?searchPhrase=few+spirits&selTyp=&selTypS=&selTypW=&selTypA=&CostRange=&searchCode=&submit=Search

Since we all shop in New Jersey or Delaware anyway, perhaps we can find a source.
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

I am going to plug a friend - my friend opend this distrilary, and is making gin. it is very different, no juniper, very crisp, some cucumber and citrus. I highly recomend
http://www.fewspirits.com/

No offense to your friend, but I'm tired of gin for non-gin-drinkers. You don't want juniper? Have some vodka.
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by philosophe View Post

Since we all shop in New Jersey or Delaware anyway, perhaps we can find a source.

No sales tax on clothes in PA, brah.
post #20 of 21
Martin Miller gin makes a great dry martini. Nolets is good as well, 94 proof so I tend to use it in G&Ts more so than martinis. Nolets, Fever Tree light Indian tonic, slice of cucumber and you are good to go.
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

No offense to your friend, but I'm tired of gin for non-gin-drinkers. You don't want juniper? Have some vodka.

^Agree, and frankly, Hendrick's falls into this category somewhat. Although it is a nice change of pace, it's not a classic gin. Pity you could not find Junipero, probably my favorite American gin and would have been nice to serve the Brit something he might not find in England.
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