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Juniper

When it comes down to what gin tastes like, it is usually juniper that people connect with gin. It has a sharp, tart, almost piney taste to it. It is also the most used botanical as it was a key ingredient in the original gins and London Dry gins. In fact, the word “gin” is short for jenever in Dutch and genievre in French, both of which translates to juniper.

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