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What is a Gin Style?

Gin is today available in a variety of styles, each with its own distinct character that intends to make the most of its particular flavour profile.

Since the classical times of the ancient Greece to modern day gin has evolved into a number of different styles determined by the quality of the juniper berries used, the way in which gin is distilled and crafted with a choice of organic botanicals.

All of which have played their part in determining the character or the gin style.

Gin is today available in a variety of styles, each with its own distinct character that intends to make the most of its particular flavour profile.

In the European Union, the minimum bottled alcohol strength for gin, distilled gin and London gin is 37.5% ABV (alcohol by volume). In the United States, gin is defined as an alcohol beverage of no less than 40% ABV. Some gin styles are themselves stylistic and may not necessarily meet the legitimate requirements or production of gin.

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