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Elephant Gin

If you're after a Gin that can take you around the world in one glass, look no further than Elephant Dry Gin. Inspired by African exploration and its spirit of adventure, Elephant Gin is distilled in Germany using 14 botanicals that include African ingredients like Devil's Claw, Baobab and Wormwood. The unique gin can be enjoyed neat or in a cocktail, and not only tastes like a well-rounded Gin, but comes in a tremendous looking bottle as well. It also stays true to its name, as 15% of the profits go to two African elephant foundations.

  • FEW Barrel Gin

    FEW Spirits in Chicago, Illinois make drinks that are an homage to the past. And one of their first specialty spirits is no exception. While it's quite common to put a spirit like tequila or rum into oak barrels, the practice was nearly extinct in the gin world. But Few Barrel Gin ($40) is now leading a pack of new barrel aged gins. It gives off the juniper aromas you are used to with a gin, but pours an amber color instead, thanks to the four months it spent in oak barrels. The result is a light smoky smoothness that is unlike any gin you've tasted. As the bottle states, "What once was clear is now complex."

  • CapRock Gin

    How important is the water that is used to craft gin? Downright essential, if you ask the folks at Jack Rabbit Hill Farm in Colorado. Their CapRock Organic Gin ($30) sources pure spring water from an actual Caprock for this inebriant. In fact, it's one of the only purely organic gins made in the USA. It springs forward with a complex blend of apples, juniper, and an intriguing floral bouquet. Sip on it straight, and then mix up a batch of Tom Collins or Gin & Tonics for a crisp, clean cocktail at your next summer get together.