Photograph of Gin under the microscope.

Gin is said to have originated in England, being adapted from the Dutch drink Jenever sometime in the 1500s. The best gins are made by redistilling spirits from grain alcohol through a bed of juniper berries, while the cheaper varities are flavored after distillation.

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