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11 Gins that Shouldn't be Missing in a Bar

11 Gins that Shouldn’t be Missing in a Bar

This selection is as diverse as the gin itself. Of course, you all have your favorites and locals, but this ...
11 Must-Have Lady Gins in Bars all Around the World

11 Must-Have Lady Gins in Bars all Around the World

Girls & Ladies have their own special taste and way to party so that every bar in the world should ...
Gin Types - Which One Do You Like the Most?

Gin Types – Which One Do You Like the Most?

Gin types - Which one do you like the most? There are both official and unofficial Gin types. The production ...
The World is Going Crazy - Gin Creators from all Over the World

The World is Going Crazy – Gin Creators from all Over the World

The world of Gin People from Europe, Australia and North America are not the only Gin lovers. People from Africa, ...
Most Famous Gin Drinkers

Most Famous Gin Drinkers

A long time ago, Gin was replaced by Vodka, but meanwhile, Gin has achieved its successful revival in the bars ...
Gin: Facts & Figures

Gin: Facts & Figures

20 calories per centiliter You can see that Gin is very low-cal. The high rate of juniper and coriander stimulate ...
Let’s Talk about Gin!

Let’s Talk about Gin!

Do you know interesting, informative and funny most rare Gin Stories & real Facts? Or do you want to be ...
Gin & Tonic (G&T) Boxes for You and Your Friends

Gin & Tonic (G&T) Boxes for You and Your Friends

Discover our all round gin boxes with different bottles and sizes but for every occasion. So much fun in one ...

                                                 

Gin for Health & Fitness

Gin has an Anti-Aging Effect

Gin has an Anti-Aging Effect

Gin is good for the skin: the drink contains antioxidants that neutralize free radicals in the body and thus slow down our skin aging.

...has a Detoxifying Effect

…has a Detoxifying Effect

Due to the natural ingredients such as coriander, sage or rosemary, kidney function is stimulated, which means: toxins are broken down faster and washed out of the body.

...Helps the Immune System

…Helps the Immune System

The flavonoids contained in the juniper berries have a positive effect on the cardiovascular system and thus strengthen the body's immune system.

...Cures Diseases

…Cures Diseases

The healing properties of juniper berries are used for coughs, lung problems and skin diseases such as neurodermatitis.

...is Digestive

…is Digestive

The alcohol is digestive. Due to its ingredients, it is responsible for stimulating the digestive tract.

Fit with Gin

Fit with Gin

We present you the fascinating alcohol with all its advantages and amazing facts.

                                                 

Countries & Cities

Know the facts about countries & cities and the gin enjoyment there

Japanese Gin History & Interesting Facts

Japanese Gin History & Interesting Facts

Japanese Gin - The New Sustainable Trend Normally, Japan is known for its rice wine (Sake) or the stronger spirit
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The Italian Gin Journey

The prototype of gin, a drink based on alcohol and juniper berries, was produced in Italy for the first time
History & Facts about Danish Gin

History & Facts about Danish Gin

Denmark is a Scandinavian kingdom with a parliamentary monarch and the Danes seem to be the happiest people on earth.
Gin in Monaco

Gin in Monaco

The southern European state of Monaco is considered the second smallest state in the world, but the trend of gin

                                                 

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Gin Spots in Cape Town

Why always meet in a bar or restaurant? The World Gin Club lives within you and where you enjoy your favourite gin.

One&Only Cape Town

In the heart of Cape Town, this superior hotel is the best spot to take a drink or have casual dinner.

Must-Sees/Markets

Cape Town offers a wide variation of food markets for every occasion. It is up to you to find the right market for you.

Rooftop and Outdoor

In Cape Town you can find many interesting bars or outdoor locations. You have to find the ones that suit your taste.

Distillery in Cape Town

In the area of Cape Town are many different distilleries located. Each distillery has its own style, accordingly the different gins.

Gin Bar in Cape Town

Cape Town offers a wide selection in Gin Bar for every occasion. It is up to you to find the right location for you.

                                                 

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    Top Bars

    Atlas Bar

    Atlas Bar
    600 North Bridge Rd, Parkview Square, Singapur 188778

    Flying Dutchmen

    Flying Dutchmen
    Singel 460, 1017 AW, Netherlands

    Lile Bar

    Lile Bar
    Theaterplatz 5, 23909 Ratzeburg, Germany

    Cove Cocktail Bar

    Cove Cocktail Bar
    146 S Glendora Ave, West Covina, CA 91790

    ONA MOR

    ONA MOR
    Roonstraße 94, 50674 Cologne, Germany

    History

    The History of Gin
    16th century: The origin of Gin – it is not England! Source: www.pexels.com Most of the people think that Gin comes from England or Ireland. But it is not true! What actually very few know: Gin is originally from the Netherlands. Since the Middle Ages people knew about the medical effects and the disinfectant healing power of juniper berries which were consumed to fight against fever and even the pest. The dutch doctor Franciscus Sylvius de la Boe is the inventor of Gin. In the 16th century, he made a schnaps distilled with juniper berries, so called “Genever” (in dutch:
    16th Century: The Origin of Gin - it is not England!
    Most of the people think that Gin comes from England or Ireland. But it is not true! What actually very few know: Gin is originally from the Netherlands. Since the Middle Ages people knew about the medical effects and the disinfectant healing power of juniper berries which were consumed to fight against fever and even the pest. The dutch doctor Franciscus Sylvius de la Boe is the inventor of Gin. In the 16th century, he made a schnaps distilled with juniper berries, so called “Genever” (in dutch: juniper berry) which was consumed for medical purposes. During the Eighty Year’s War
    17th Century: Gin in England - Gin Becomes Very Popular
    In England, Gin became very popular. Gin promoted not only the production of local spirits, everybody was allowed to distill his own Gin. The increase of import taxes for alcohol from foreign countries and the high taxes for the local beers and wines had lead to an explosion of Gin production in England. Everyone tried his best in getting his own Gin, even by mixing the ingredients in a bathtub. The Englands were constantly drunken. Due to Gin being low priced, the quality had no precised value. The alcohol, distilled with cheap cereals, was very often diluted by using turpentine
    18th Century: High Gin Consumption in England - 47 Millions of Liters in a Year
    The Gin consumption increased very fast. In 1733 the Englands consumed average of 47 millions of liters! Crimes, prostitution, high death rates and an increasing decline of births were the consequences. To save the English society from collapse and alcoholism, the government passed eight different Gin Bills between 1729 and 1751, the so-called “Gin Acts”, to regulate the Gin consumption. The quality improved and the prices rose again. England and the reputation of Gin was safe, the Gin epidemic ended in the end of the 19th century.
    19th Century: The First Gin Tonic is from India
    Luckily the quality of Gin preserved. The question arises, when exactly one of the most requested long drinks in the world, Gin Tonic, emerged? When Britain occupied India in the 18th century, the soldiers had to ingest quinine every day to prevent Malaria. To cover the bitter taste, the smart Britains added water, sugar and lime. One day, someone got the glorious idea and added Gin. The first Gin Tonic was born. The Biritsh tradesman Erasmus Bond created a Tonic Water including carbon dioxid and sold the new-born long drink Gin Tonic for the first time in 1858.
    20th Century until Today: Gin is In!
    The last years Gin became something of a cult. In Germany, hundreds of distillers followed the British lead, only in 2018, 180 different Gin types popped up in the market – convincing by great quality and unique tastes. The small Belgium surprises with 430 local Gins and Spain is with astounding 463 local Gins full of big Gin lovers. The most interesting fact of Gin: We drink it almost exclusively in long drinks and cocktails, but the predominant taste of Gin isn’t lost. Contrary to other spirits, Gin has its everlasting individual taste which can be very diversified – sweet,

     

     

    “I’ve tried every gin on the planet and Aviation is, hands down, the best.
    Also, I don’t recommend trying every gin on the planet. Stick with this one.”

    – Ryan Reynolds, Owner, Aviation American Gin

     

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