Average Price of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD: $10
Gin is a clear, high-alcohol drink whose flavor is created by distilling neutral grain spirit with a combination of plant extracts (botanicals), most famously juniper berries (see also Genever). It can be consumed neat, but is most commonly used as an ingredient in mixed drinks and cocktails.
The precise combination of botanicals used by gin producers has become something of a trade secret, as it dictates the eventual flavor and aroma of the spirit. That said, some brands (notably Hendricks and Bombay Sapphire) deliberately draw attention to particular botanicals that they use; Hendricks includes rose petals and cucumber, for example, while Bombay Sapphire makes use of lemon peel and licorice.
Juniper is the quintessential gin botanical, and the spirit's name is ultimately derived from juniper's Dutch name, jenever. The medicinal properties of juniper have been r ... more
The United States is the world's fourth-biggest wine-producing nation (behind France, Italy and Spain) and produces roughly 18.5 million hectoliters each year – about 15 percent more than the next largest producer, Argentina. Not just a key producer, the nation is also a leading consumer of wine, making it an important export market for many other wine-producing nations.... more
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