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Still Spirits Gin Flavourings

Still Spirits Gin Flavourings

Make your own fantastic gin using Still Spirits Gin Flavourings from the Classic, Top Shelf and Icon Liqueur Ranges   

All gins include juniper as a component: other botanicals used are coriander, angelica, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom, cinnamon, grains of paradise, cubeb berries and nutmeg.

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Typically a fine gin contains six to ten botanicals. However all gins should have a predominant juniper flavour.

Gin History, Development & Origin.

17th century Holland is the first confirmed date of gin production, However, claims have been made that it was produced prior to this in Italy. In Holland, it was distilled as a medicine and sold in chemist shops to treat stomach complaints, gout and gallstones.

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