For an intense gin aroma
A new gin distillery seems to open every day. What kind of gin They also prefer the more classic gin varieties that focus on the basic ingredient of juniper berry, or alternatives that try to be more sophisticated with additional flavors to set accents. Choose a glass for the next G&T, that gives a leading role to the particular gin flavor.
Following old British pub tradition of “Ale for the Lad, G&T for the Lady,” gin and tonic is still often served in a tall, slender highball glass. This may have made sense when the selection in the pub or bar consisted of a maximum of two types of gin, both of which tasted relatively neutral.
However, today’s variety of flavors can hardly develop in the long drink glass. Try a bulbous, large red wine glass for a difference.
Thus, the fragrance nuances of your preferred gin as well as herbs, such as rosemary, the rose flowers, or the classic natural lemon, whatever you like to add yourself, come to full fruition. Cheers.