Ólafsson gin: the exquisite, natural taste of Iceland

Ólafsson gin: the exquisite, natural taste of Iceland

BySteve O’BrienNovember 23, 20216 min read

Icelandic gin is on the rise. I suppose it should come as no surprise that one of the most dramatic landscapes on earth has turned to its natural resources for inspiration. Iceland now creates some of the most interesting new gins available anywhere in the world. From the early days of the gin revolution, brands such as Martin Miller’s spotted the gin potential of this bleak and barren landscape.  They…

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