Astral Pacific Gin The base spirit for this L.A. distillation is made from local clementines, resulting in a juicy, citrus-focused style that stands up in cocktails. $38/750 mL; thespiritguild.com
Aviation American Gin Juniper takes a back seat to floral elements such as lavender in this stalwart of the modern gin movement. $30/750 mL; aviationgin.com
Barr Hill Gin Honey adds viscosity and light, floral sweetness to this gin for non-gin lovers. $40/750 mL; barrhill.com
The Botanist Gin This Scottish gin combines familiar aromatics with 22 hand-foraged botanicals indigenous to Islay in the Hebrides where the gin is made. $40/750 mL; thebotanist.com
Fords Gin Juniper blends with citrus, floral, and spice notes to create a balanced, slightly softer version of the traditional London Dry style. $28/750 mL; fordsgin.com
Martin Miller’s Gin Distilled in London, the gin is then sent to Iceland where it is blended with pure, glacial spring water. The result is a classic dry gin style with bright citrus notes. $28/750 mL; martinmillersgin.com PHOTO BY POLARA STUDIO.
Rogue Spirits Spruce Gin Along with fresh Oregon spruce and tangerine, this gin uses more than 100 pounds of hand-peeled cucumber in every batch. Woodsy with a crisp, citrus character. $40/750 mL; rogue.com
Sipsmith Gin VJOP The initials of this muscular, juniper-forward monster stand for “Very Junipery Over Proof.” $48/750mL; sipsmith.com