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Never has there been a more striking revolution in the world of distilled spirits than the current renaissance of gin. With small craft distilleries popping up all over the world, from Texas to Tasmania, more varieties and techniques being used than ever before, and a tapestry of tastes from light and citrusy to big bold savoury notes, gin’s appeal is extraordinarily wide and varied.From gin made in small batches from local botanicals, through to large facilities which make some of the world’s most recognized gin brands, World Atlas of Gin looks at everything from the botanical to the bottle: how and where botanicals are grown and harvested and their role within the flavour of gin; producers and the stories behind their brands; exactly where, and how, gins are made; and, country by country, the best examples to try. Global cocktails are covered too, including the history and country of origin of some of the best-known mixed gin drinks. For everyone and anyone who wants to understand more about gin, its history and production methods, the countries that have helped make it a global success story, and appreciate the best gins the world has to offer, this is the definitive guide.
This book will be released on October 1 but you can preorder now and begin stocking up on gins, lots of gins.
The definitive guide to the world of gin, released by Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley in 2019. From Texas to Tunisia, it provides information on the history of gin, the every-increasing number of craft distilleries and sheds light on some of the best-known gin cocktails.
Despite this decision, The World Atlas of Gin still explores the companies of over 50 countries, taking the reader on a well-edited journey across the global gin landscape.
As from 2009, there exists a World Gin Day which is observed every second Saturday of the month of June.
Never has there been a more striking revolution in the world of distilled spirits than the current renaissance of gin. With small craft distilleries popping up all over the world, from Texas to Tasmania, more varieties and techniques being used than ever before, and a tapestry of tastes from light and citrusy to big bo
Using coconut and pineapple is something that those 18 th Century gin makers in London would have laughed at.