Consumers have spoken – Brockmans Gin, the “Properly Improper” new-style gin that is fast becoming a favorite of U.S. consumers and bartenders alike, has been chosen as “Best of Class” Platinum Medal winner in the gin category at this year’s prestigious SIP Awards. 2021 marks the second consecutive year Brockmans was awarded Platinum status and the first year the brand claimed the ultimate “Best of Class” award.
Brockmans also received the coveted “Consumers’ Choice” Award – a designation reserved for spirits that have placed in the SIP Awards for two or more years. The Consumers’ Choice Awards stands as the ultimate emblem of trust and quality presented by the consumer judging panel, showing Brockmans demonstrates an unwavering commitment to the brand’s legacy, craft and palate.
The SIP Awards is the only international spirits competition that levels the playing field for established brands and newcomers alike by enlisting consumers as judges. SIP’s unique platform creates a fair competition by strategically choosing consumers from all demographics to cut to the core of public opinion.
“We are truly honored to receive the “Best of Class” Platinum rating and Consumers’ Choice designation from the SIP Awards and our most important audience – consumers,” said Rob McArdle, Global Marketing Controller, Brockmans Gin. “Brockmans is a gin anchored in the traditions of the past but with an unwavering eye towards the infinite possibilities of the future. It is unlike any gin consumers have tasted before with its decidedly untraditional tones of blueberries, citrus and coriander countering the traditional juniper notes. Multi-layered sensual notes lend a hallmark versatility – the perfect complement to a wide range of classic and innovative cocktails. Consumers agree and have selected Brockmans Gin as the best of the best in the gin category.”
Brockmans Gin has been awarded 20 medals in a variety of prestigious international taste competitions throughout the world. It is available in 750ml at a suggested price of $34.99. For more information, visit www.brockmansgin.com.