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Gin Flavourings from Still Spirits

Make your fantastic gin using the Classic, Top Shelf and Icon Liqueur flavours for gin. 

These exciting new gin flavourings make creating your tipple very easy.

Q. Can Gin be flavoured?

A. The answer is a resounding yes!  Gins are, mixed into cocktail creations, enjoyed on their own or served with a splash of tonic over ice. "In today's cocktail culture, Gin is one of the most versatile spirits there is, and it's a beautiful canvas for flavoring experimentation,

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Typically a fine gin contains six to ten botanicals. However, all the best gins should have a predominant juniper flavour. The best gin flavours include juniper as a component: other botanicals used are coriander, angelica, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom, cinnamon, grains of paradise, cubeb berries and nutmeg. 

Gin History, Development & Origin.

17th century Holland is the first confirmed date of gin production. However, claims are made that its production was before this in Italy.

It was distilled as medicine in Holland and sold in chemist shops to treat stomach complaints, gout and gallstones.

Q. Where do you start? 

A. There are gin flavourings for every mood! So, if you're after a selection of different, innovative, and quite delicious gins, check out some of Still Spirits' favourites now.

If you're a big fan of anything gin-related, you'll love trying new and unusual gin flavourings. Elderflower Gin, Rhubarb & Ginger Gin, and even Pink Grapefruit Gin, but Brew Mart has a lot from which to choose with the constant additions of new flavours.  

Q. What are Britain's Consumers' favourite flavours for Gin?

A. The results of the gin survey to find out the flavours most enjoyed by the British consumers said that pink gins are still the nation's favourite.

Pink gins were the outright winners. The results in this category are as follows.

1. Pink Gin 14.3 per cent

2. Raspberry 11.3 per cent, '

3. Rhubarb and Ginger 11 per cent

5 Berry10.7 per cent

6. Rose 9.8 per cent).

Q. How do you add flavourings to Gin?

A. Gin is a British favourite tipple that has evolved from the usual "Gin & Tonic" to various flavours from fruits such as raspberry, rhubarb, pineapple, and more.

Botanical extracts such as coffee, cinnamon, ginger, lavender, rose, and others help you create exciting flavour combinations for Gin.

Some of the Still Spirits' most innovative flavours give the same natural flavours and are available for flavouring gin at home.

How do you use flavours for Gin?

Flavourings are typically added at the end of the distilling process or bottled Gin.

Add Still Spirits flavourings and essences to instantly flavour home-distilled neutral spirits. 

Each flavouring is presented beautifully in 50 ml (1.7 US fl oz) bottles.

Each bottle makes 2.25ltrs (3 x 750ml bottles) and adds to vodka or other 40% ABV spirit.

What is one of the main ingredients in Gin?

Juniper is the only botanical that must be included in Gin by law. Juniper berries give Gin its characterful and invigorating pine-like quality. Coriander seeds are present in most gins. They add spicy notes and, depending on their source, sometimes peppery ones â?? such as ginger or sage.

What Ingredients go well with Gin?

Gin pairs best with citrus and savoury flavours. Classic pairings include lemon, lime, cucumber, mint, thyme and even hot chile peppers.

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May 2022