How To Drink Gin?

Drinking Gin - but how? Gin has remained one of the most popular alcoholic drinks for almost a decade now. There is no end in sight to the hype or the so called renaissance. On the contrary - more and more different brands, bottles and flavours are entering the market. As a result, the juniper ...

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DIY Infused Gin

We have to admit it, the varity of Gin's that are avaliable at the moment is huge. Countless variations from all parts of the world in bottles of every shape and colour fill the shelves in bars and shops. So do you really need to screw a new shelf to your wall to fit all the ...

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Smoked Tea Cocktails

"A Cup of Tea makes everything better" - we have all heard this sentence many times in our life. Where does this saying originate from? We do not want to get involved in speculation on this issue and have simply done what we do best: we mixed three delicious drinks with THE DUKE gin and tea. ...

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Which Tonic Water Goes With Which Gin?

For the creation of a good gin and tonic the interaction of gin and tonic water is crucial - that obvious. But which tonic water goes with which gin? What is the perfect gin and tonic combination?  We are asked this question very often - understandable, after all there are currently over 100 German gins. ...

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What Gin Types Are There?

When gin experienced a revival a few years ago, the market literally exploded. Nowadays, you can find a considerable number of interesting gins on the shelves of well-assorted retailers and in the bars. One bottle is designed more creatively than the other and the labels are also in competition for the attention of gin lovers ...

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From Blue To Pink – Gin Cocktails In Fantastic Colours

You want to surprise your guests with purple or pink cocktails or even with cocktails that change colour? We'll show you how - without any artificial colouring! Butterfly Pea Tea The secret ingredient from which you can conjure up several wonderful colours at once is called Butterfly Pea Tea or Butterfly Blossom Tea. It is ...

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CBD Cocktails

What is CBD? Cannabinoids are ingredients of the hemp plant. Besides THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the most dominant cannabidoids. Both are mainly extracted from the female inflorescences, as the proportion of cannabinoids is highest there. The "high" feeling typically associated with marijuana consumption is triggered by THC. Unlike THC, CBD is not ...

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Home Bar Essentials

The current status of your home bar? A dusty compartment in the kitchen cupboard, filled with 2 or 3 started bottles of unpopular spirits left over from the last party and a half-full, glued-on bottle of eggnog from your grandma? Stop it! There is a time in the life of a young adult when a ...

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No Gin Without Botanicals

No Gin Without Juniper In the production of gin, the herbs and spices that are used - the so-called "botanicals" (also known as herbal extracts) - play an essential role, as it is these that give gin its unique character. Even the smallest adjustments to the recipe can have a major impact on the taste ...

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