Award Winning Gin
Thin Gin is one of Ireland's most awarded gins. It holds 10 national and international medals for taste and quality. It is the only Irish Gin to have won three consecutive medals in the Gin category of the Irish Whiskey Awards.
We’ve always said that a Thin and Tonic conjures up summer even on the darkest day in winter. The name Thin Gin was inspired by Isaac Thin, a bathtub gin maker from the 1920s who, by all anecdotal accounts, loved a good party, had an eye for the ladies and was a great deal of fun.
Thin Gin is made with natural botanicals making it one of the cleanest Irish spirits on the market.
So many gins, so little time, but Thin Gin is one you’ll want to try. Thin Gin took a very long time to develop. We made a lot of bad gin on the way but, like Edison with the lightbulb, we persisted, and it paid off. The result is Thin Gin, one of the most awarded Irish Gins, both nationally and internationally. Thin Gin has a burst of sweet citrus on the nose, backed up with a classic and fragrant juniper and coriander hit, all heightened by some lively indigenous Irish flavours such as apple and garden mint. It is incredibly smooth and fresh. Thin Gin works very well with many of the new and fashionable flavoured tonics and sodas and a myriad of complex gin cocktails, but for a truly refreshing experience we recommend keeping it simple: 1 part gin, 2 parts Indian tonic water and a slice of orange.
I received Thin Gin as a birthday gift. It’s a beautiful gin. My new obsession.
I was sceptical about Irish Gin. Thin Gin changed my mind.