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Gin is a neutral spirit infused with a variety of botanical elements. While juniper is one popular element, others frequently seen include coriander, lemon peel, orange peel, fennel, cassia, anise, almond, ginger and others. Generally there are a number of different styles of Gin all of which are very different, including London Dry, Plymouth, Old Tom, Genever and International styles (e.g. American).

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