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• High quality gins inspire mixologists to get creative

High quality gins inspire mixologists to get creative

The story of gin begins in the 16th century when gin’s first cousin, genever, became the national drink of the Dutch. This marriage of grain spirit, juniper berries, herbs and spices was well known in England from the 1640s onwards, due to the hundreds of mercenaries returning from long wars in the Low Countries where […]