AWARDS & ACCOLADES
We are pleased to have had our spirits recognized and awarded by several national spirits organizations. Our team continues to uphold the standard to inspire and delight palates.
“The spirits that are carefully distilled from these gleaming vessels are absolutely world-class. This gin is one of the finest gins made anywhere in the world.”
— Warren Bobrow, FORBES
The 11 Best Gins You Can Buy Right Now
"As you might expect, Corgi’s Earl Grey Gin ($35) brims with black tea flavors, bergamot most prominent among them. Smooth and eminently drinkable, it pairs particularly well with lighter mixers.”
- Robb Report
NJ DISTILLERY OF THE YEAR (2018 & 2019)
Close to 600 spirits from around the world competed in the NY International Spirits Competition blind tasting where top spirits buyers from around the New York metropolitan area judged the products by their category and price. Corgi Spirits was proud to be awarded the New Jersey Gin Distillery of the Year for 2018 and 2019.
named one of the top bars in NJ - NJ.COM
"If you're a fan of craft cocktails, Corgi Spirits is your spot. Jersey City's own distillery, making an array of delicious gin, whiskey and vodka with charming bartenders who know their stuff in a chill taste room setting.” - NJ.COM
2019 International Review of Spirits Gold - Earl Grey Gin
"Amber color. Savory aromas and flavors of dill weed, old bay seasoning, celery salt, black tea and curry with a satiny, crisp, dry light-to-medium body and a tingling, stimulating, medium-long finish that presents impressions of gentian finish. A spicy, savory and cohesive gin of distinctive character; a great gin for Red Snappers"
- Jerald O'Kennards, Director - Tastings.com
Sunset International Spirits Awards - 2020
EARL GREY GIN - GOLD
PEMBROKE GIN - GOLD
Best Gin - Gold Medal 2018 & 2019
Corgi Spirits wins gold!!! The Fifty Best held the largest tasting of gins in the World with 68 gins and sixteen members of The Fifty Best's spirits judging panel. Traditional, London Dry and Navy Strength Gins were tasted and judged separately from the Old Tom and Barrel Finished Gins. Strict tasting rules were applied as the judges "blind" tasted through nine flights of 7 gins and one flight of 5 gins.