Gin is a spirit celebrated for its versatility, with various styles emerging from different regions around the world. London Dry gin, considered the benchmark, is known for its juniper-forward profile and must be made with natural botanicals. On the other hand, New Western gins are at the forefront of innovation, featuring unique botanical blends and a departure from traditional gin flavors. In the charming town of Plymouth, England, Plymouth gin boasts a distinct style, slightly sweeter and less juniper-centric than London Dry. Delving into history, genever, originating from the Netherlands, offers a maltier and fuller-bodied gin experience. Each region’s botanicals and production techniques contribute to the wide array of craft gins available globally.