Gin

Drinks




Abbey Cocktail
Alaska Cocktail
Alexander
Allies Cocktail
Angel Face
Archbishop
Arthur Tompkins
Artillery
Derby
Bermuda Highball
Bluebird
Boomerang
Boxcar
Casino Royale
Dragonfly
Dubonnet Cocktail
English Highball
English Rose Cocktail
Flying Dutchman
French "75"
Gentleman's Club
Gin And Tonic
Gin Cooler
Gin Daisy
Gin Fizz
Gin Sling
Gin Smash
Gin Sour
Gin Squirt
Gin Swizzle
Gin Toddy
Grass Skirt
Hawaiian Cocktail
Jewel Of The Nile
Lady Love Fizz
London Town
Lone Tree Cocktail
Lone Tree Cooler
Long Island Tea
Martinez Cocktail
Martini
Orange Oasis
Pink Gin
Pink Lady
Poppy Cocktail
Queen Elizabeth
Royal Fizz
Royal Gin Fizz
Salty Dog
Singapore Sling
Tom Collins
Turf Cocktail
Tuxedo Cocktail
Victor
Waikiki Beachcomber
Imperial Cocktail
Surf City Lifesaver
Clover Club
National Aquarium
AT&T
69 Special
Aviation
3-Mile Long Island Iced Tea
Negroni
Casino
Jitterbug
Radioactive Long Island Iced Tea
Army special
Ruby Tuesday
Cherry Electric Lemonade
Monkey Gland
Paradise
White Lady
French 75
Long Island Iced Tea
Rose
Bramble
Vesper
A1
Abbey Martini
Ace
Adam & Eve
Addison
Adios Amigos Cocktail
Gin Rickey
Salted Toffee Martini
The Laverstoke
Bombay Cassis
Rosemary Blue
French Negroni
Pegu Club
Corpse Reviver #2
Bijou
Gimlet
Martinez 2
Dry Martini


Desription

Gin is a distilled alcoholic drink that derives its predominant flavour from juniper berries (Juniperus communis). Gin is one of the broadest categories of spirits, all of various origins, styles, and flavour profiles, that revolve around juniper as a common ingredient. From its earliest origins in the Middle Ages, the drink has evolved from a herbal medicine to an object of commerce in the spirits industry. Gin emerged in England after the introduction of the jenever, a Dutch liquor which originally had been a medicine. Although this development had been taking place since early 17th century, gin became widespread after the William of Orange-led 1688 Glorious Revolution and subsequent import restrictions on French brandy. Gin today is produced in subtly different ways, from a wide range of herbal ingredients, giving rise to a number of distinct styles and brands. After juniper, gin tends to be flavoured with botanical/herbal, spice, floral or fruit-flavours or often a combination. It is most commonly consumed mixed with tonic water. Gin is also often used as a base spirit to produce flavoured gin-based liqueurs such as, for example, Sloe gin, traditionally by the addition of fruit, flavourings and sugar.

Type

Gin

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