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Dave Broom’s book, Gin: The Manual - reviewed in depth. With a rich depth of content & well-presented information, this book adds new insight.

Gin: The Manual [Dave Broom] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In recent years, gin has shed its old-fashioned image and been reborn as a hot and ...

03.09.2015  · Buy Gin: The Manual by Dave Broom from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £20.

Dave Broom’s book, Gin: The Manual - reviewed in depth. With a rich depth of content & well-presented information, this book adds new insight.

Gin: The Manual [Dave Broom] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In recent years, gin has shed its old-fashioned image and been reborn as a hot and ...

03.09.2015  · Buy Gin: The Manual by Dave Broom from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £20.

Gin is, depending on who you ask, revered, reviled, or simply misunderstood. Too often these days, ask for a martini and you’ll be served a vodka drink. Ask for a tonic, and ditto. Ask what Eli Whitney has to do with any of it, and you’ll be told “ That’s the ‘cotton gin’ and is totally unrelated. How do you know his name but not know that? Anyway, since you sort of asked, the device’s name is derived from a shortening of the word ‘engine’ and was first patented in the 1790s.”

Gin, in its most basic terms, is a liquor of approximately 40% alcohol by volume (80 proof) or greater that is derived from grain distillation and primarily flavored with juniper berries (or juniper extract).

In FACT…  gin gets its name from the Dutch word for juniper, which is  genever .  If you only remember one thing from today, it’s to send me money. If you remember two things, go ahead and make it that fun fact. For indeed it is juniper, that humble conifer, that tree of twisted trunk and gnarled bough, that sets gin apart from all other types of liquor, for indeed it is juniper that officially must be the prevailing aroma and flavor for a liquor to be classified as gin.



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