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Our editorial team selected the gins on this list based on extensive research, real customer reviews and personal experience. For each category except the best Australian gin category, we carefully selected parameters based on our research and identified the products with the highest review score within those parameters.
With an average rating of 4.6/5 from more than 50 Dan Murphy’s customers, plus a long list of awards and a price tag that won’t break the bank, Tanqueray London Dry Gin is our pick as the best overall gin.
Tanqueray is one of the world’s best-known and best-selling gin brands. This London Dry Gin is made from quality botanicals and distilled four times. You can drink it with tonic, use it as a base for a variety of cocktails or simply have it on the rocks. The alcohol content is 40%, so a 700mL bottle contains 22 standard drinks.
If you want to buy a 700mL bottle of gin and get change from $40, Gordon's London Dry Gin is well worth a look. With an average rating of 4.3/5 from over 75 Dan Murphy's customers, it's a good choice for budget-conscious buyers.
Alexander Gordon founded Gordon's in 1769, and his original recipe has remained largely unchanged ever since. This triple-distilled gin features juniper berries, coriander seeds and angelica root, and has an alcohol volume of 37%. It won a Double Gold Medal at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition and a Gold Medal in 2018.
With an average rating of 4.7/5 from more than 50 Dan Murphy's customer reviews, Hendrick's Gin is our pick as the best mid-range option. Priced at just under $70, it's one of the more expensive mid-range options but has been well received by Aussie drinkers.
Hailing from Scotland, Hendrick's Gin features hints of cucumber and rose petals and comes in a distinctive "medicine" bottle. Suitable for use in a gin and tonic or a martini, it won a Gold Medal at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition and a Silver Medal in 2020.
If you're searching for a premium gin with a premium price tag, there are lots of good reasons to check out Husk Distillers Ink Gin. With an average rating of 4.7/5 from more than 75 Dan Murphy's customer reviews, this Australian-made gin has plenty of fans.
Made by Husk Distillers, which is a craft distillery based in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, this gin gets its inky-blue colouring from an infusion of butterfly pea flower petals. It also changes colour when mixed with tonic or lemon juice. Other flavours include native lemon myrtle, juniper and Tasmanian pepperberry, and Ink Gin has a 43% alcohol volume.
If you're searching for a high-quality, locally-made gin, Southern Strength Gin from Never Never Distilling Co. comes highly recommended. This drop was named World's Best Classic Gin at the World Gin Awards 2019 and was joint Best in Show winner at the 2020 Australian Gin Awards, so it's our pick as the best Australian gin.
Described as a "botanical blast of classic flavour with a luxurious mouthfeel", this gin was the result of feedback from seven other batch releases. It features hints of lemon, angelica root and coriander seed, and an alcohol volume of 52%.
Boasting an average score of 4.9/5 from 15 Dan Murphy's customer reviews, Forty Spotted Classic Gin is our pick as the best Tasmanian gin. Produced by Lark Distillery, which is based in Hobart, this product combines a traditional London Dry gin with a unique twist.
Hand distilled in copper pot stills, this gin features juniper berry, coriander and lemon peel, plus the unique addition of Tasmanian pepperberry. Suitable to drink alone or as part of a cocktail, it features an alcohol volume of 40%.
With an affordable price tag, the classic taste of a London Dry and an average rating of 4.5/5 from over 20 Dan Murphy's customer reviews, Beefeater London Dry Gin is a handy addition to any liquor cabinet.
Beefeater started life in the 1860s and this popular gin has been around for over a century. A multiple Gold Medal winner at the San Francisco World Spirit Awards, it's a spicy and fruity drop that features juniper and eight other botanicals. Beefeater London Dry Gin has an alcohol volume of 40%.
Last but not least on our list of the best gins in Australia, Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla is a popular choice if you’re searching for a quality flavoured gin. With an average rating of 4.7/5 from more than 20 Dan Murphy’s customer reviews, it’s certainly a favourite with Australian drinkers.
Combining the flavours of Seville oranges, orange blossom and a range of other botanicals, this gin combines zesty citrus notes with the flavours of Tanqueray’s London Dry Gin. Available in a screw-top bottle, it features an alcohol volume of 41.3%.
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