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Gin is a spirit which derives its predominant flavor from juniper berries. Gin is the main ingredient in many classic cocktails such as the Martini, Gimlet, and Tom Collins.

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Depending on how cold your gin would be served at, it aromas may be altered. As a spirit gets warmer, it releases more volatiles, compounds that easily vaporize. We know that if a spirit is too hot … may be okay for some, but I prefer to be able to truly taste my gins. That is why I would only add ice to it, if I had to. Even at that, I truly doubt anyone in my family would chill their gin or put ice in it. But then, to each his own! …
answered Oct 28 '18 by Ken Graham
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Before going to the various types of gin, I feel it necessary to define a few terms and for simplification I am going to use Wikipedia. What is gin? Gin is a spirit which derives its predominant … flavour from juniper berries (Juniperus communis). From its earliest origins in the Middle Ages, gin has evolved from use in herbal medicine to an object of commerce in the spirits industry. Gin was …
answered Aug 5 '17 by Ken Graham
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According to Vinpair here are The 9 Best Gins To Use In A Martini! This list is not in order of best to worst. However, it does offer gin recommendations for various types of gin. Their number one … that’s basically straight liquor freaks you out, Plymouth is a great gin to start with. It’s so welcoming, the first few sips of your martini might evolve into gulps. Drink cautiously. 2. Bombay …
answered Jun 11 '16 by Ken Graham
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Is it possible to have a non-alcoholic Gin? The short answer is yes. Pernod Ricard has signed a deal to launch and distribute South African/Swedish brand Ceder’s in the UK, which describes … itself as a “non-alcoholic alt-gin made with classic gin and South African botanicals”. The non-alcoholic ‘spirit’ was launched in early 2017 by husband and wife team Craig Hutchison (South African …
answered Sep 15 '18 by Ken Graham