Gin

Gin is a distilled beverage made from cereals. Subsequently it undergoes an infusion process with juniper and other spices. It has an alcohol content between 40% and 50%, depending on the brand (content similar to other spirits such as vodka, whiskey or cachaça). It originated in the Netherlands in the seventeenth century, but acquired its prese...

Gin is a distilled beverage made from cereals. Subsequently it undergoes an infusion process with juniper and other spices. It has an alcohol content between 40% and 50%, depending on the brand (content similar to other spirits such as vodka, whiskey or cachaça). It originated in the Netherlands in the seventeenth century, but acquired its present form in England.

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  • Geneva

    Produced in the Netherlands, it is colorless, but sometimes straw-colored due to added caramel in its composition. It is distilled four times followed by the pot still distillation process.

  • London Dry Gin

    It is the most popular type of gin in the world. In the process of distillation, it receives infusion of aromatic ingredients, like juniper (obligatory by law), coriander seeds and others. In its manufacture, it can not have addition of essences nor of sweeteners.

  • Old Tom Gin

    Ancestor of "london dry", the "old tone" has added sugar in the final composition. Its flavor reminds us of geneva.

  • Plymouth Gin

    Gin produced in the city of Plymouth in the South of England. It is known to have a marked flavor between woody and earthy, with less predominance of juniper. Originally it was produced by Dominican monks, known in England as "black friars" for their dark robes.

  • Sloe Gin

    Very sweet, similar to a liqueur, has a reddish color, which is conferred by the infusion of plums and other red fruits, which is done after the distillation.

  • Steinhager

    German version of the geneva. The name originated from the German city of Steinhagen.

  • Red Gin

    Created in Valença, Portugal has 14 ingredients, among them, dill, laurel, nevêda, willow leaf, elderberry, San Roberto herbs, lemon grass, lúcia lima, eucalyptus leaf, rosemary, lavender, and citrus The bark of green orange, poppies and wild brambles and parrot, a typical fruit of Valencia.

  • Belgium

    Although there is a long Belgian tradition that says mussels and beer were born to be together, here is the gin that accompanies the mussels.

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