Review Updated on 2022-03-29
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Rating 93
Style
Produced In United States
ABV 46.1%
Availability Year Round
Price $32.00 

J. Rieger & Co. Midwestern Dry Gin Review

Tom Nichol, the former long-time master distiller at Tanqueray, had a heavy hand in the development of this gin, giving it immediate credentials. His influence appears to have paid off: The six botanicals used in the recipe (juniper, coriander, angelica root, licorice root, and orange) come together harmoniously, delivering earthy and citrusy sips, with bold juniper throughout. While made in America and marketed as "Midwestern," this gin plays a similar tune as London Dry.

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J. Rieger & Co. Midwestern Dry Gin
Tom Nichol, the former long-time master distiller at Tanqueray, had a heavy hand in the development of this gin, giving it immediate credentials. His influence appears to have paid off: The six botanicals used in the recipe (juniper, coriander, angelica root, licorice root, and orange) come together harmoniously, delivering earthy and citrusy sips, with bold juniper throughout. While made in America and marketed as "Midwestern," this gin plays a similar tune as London Dry.

Reviewed On: 03-30-2022
93
POINTS
J. Rieger & Co. Midwestern Dry Gin
Tom Nichol, the former long-time master distiller at Tanqueray, had a heavy hand in the development of this gin, giving it immediate credentials. His influence appears to have paid off: The six botanicals used in the recipe (juniper, coriander, angelica root, licorice root, and orange) come together harmoniously, delivering earthy and citrusy sips, with bold juniper throughout. While made in America and marketed as "Midwestern," this gin plays a similar tune as London Dry.

Reviewed On: 03-30-2022