About me

Gin A Ding Ding chronicles one woman’s love affair with, and self education in, all things gin.

img_2740I’ve always been partial to a G&T but back in the day that meant a Gordon’s & Schweppes. Or perhaps a Bombay Sapphire or Tanqueray. I drank the gins that were readily available in bars, supermarkets and my parents’ booze cabinet. Two fortuitous moments changed all that: In the summer of 2014 I won tickets to Gin Journey‘s London Gin Experience and learnt about the history of gin at Beefeater and about the craft gin renaissance at Sipsmith. Then in the summer of 2015 I won 10 bottles of premium gin from 31 Dover. There was no looking back….

World-Gin-Awards_Judges_Logo More recently I’ve been honoured to judge Craft Distilling Expo’s Gin of the Year in 2017 and 2018, and the World Gin Awards 2018 and 2019.

Want to know more about me? Check out my interview in The Gin Guide as well as The Gin Cooperative’s Meet the Blogger column.

About Gin A Ding Ding

To retain my independence and integrity, I do not charge for any coverage on my blog or on any of my social media channels. Reviews must be requested and discussed in advance and, as a rule, I request full-size bottles to review. I no longer review miniatures. Gifts and unsolicited deliveries are gratefully received, and will be featured on my social media channels, but not necessarily reviewed. All bottles over 100ml are included in my collection page with a link either to my review or the product’s website. Private feedback can be provided on request. I always endeavour to give my honest opinion on gins, subscription services and events. I do not agree to copy approval but am happy to correct mistakes and inaccuracies.

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