An odd confluence of glacial water from Iceland, a 100-year-old copper pot still, mysterious aromatics, and the fussy tastes of a British antiques maven—Martin Miller’s Gin comes to the table holding more snob appeal than a Scandinavian princess visiting Kyoto while wearing the latest Balenciaga designs. But the stuff is good. And though its literature boasts “sweet lemon peel and floral aromas,” it has a distinctly cucumber bite to it that recalls another eccentric top-shelf gin, Hendrick’s. Jeeves, grab the bottle and fire up another G&T.

Martin Miller’s Gin, $28.89

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