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Vintage Cellars Catalogue - 17 Nov 2021 - 1 Feb 2022 - Sales products - sparkling wine, champagne, prosecco, wine, gin, Vermouth. Page 1.
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Gin production can take place in several ways. However, it is always necessary to use the right combination of herbal ingredients. Gin was also originally intended as a medicine.

While many alcoholic beverages can only be produced in one way, gin can be produced in three different ways. The first recalls the production of whiskey with its technological process. The production process takes place in a copper boiler, where the fermented grain is distilled. Then herbs and other ingredients are added. Gin can be distilled several times and new ingredients are added during each process. Gin made in this way usually matures in wooden barrels.

The second way is the distillation of neutral alcohol from grain, which results in pure alcohol.

  • It is distilled again together with herbs.
  • The plant components are in the upper part of the copper boiler and the alcohol fumes that pass through the basket with these herbs draw the taste and their aroma into each other.
  • Sugar can also be added to the gin produced in this way.
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