Gin

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Gin

  1. 1. GinGin
  2. 2. DefinitionDefinition Gin is a flavoured alcoholic beverage,Gin is a flavoured alcoholic beverage, which generally produced by re-distillingwhich generally produced by re-distilling high proof spirit with Juniper berries andhigh proof spirit with Juniper berries and other flavouring agent.other flavouring agent.
  3. 3. Other Name of GinOther Name of Gin Poor man DrinkPoor man Drink Dutch CourageDutch Courage Ladies DrinkLadies Drink Bath Tub Drink ( America)Bath Tub Drink ( America)
  4. 4. HistoryHistory  "Shaken, not stirred." A classic line, for a classic"Shaken, not stirred." A classic line, for a classic cocktail--the preferred martini of James Bond,cocktail--the preferred martini of James Bond, the debonair British secret agent immortalized inthe debonair British secret agent immortalized in Ian Flemming's novels.Ian Flemming's novels.  Gin was first created as a medicine by a DutchGin was first created as a medicine by a Dutch chemist Francis De La Boe in 1650.chemist Francis De La Boe in 1650.  England introduction to gin came when BritishEngland introduction to gin came when British soldier returning from Netherlands, sampled thesoldier returning from Netherlands, sampled the juniper-flavoured spirit & nick named it “DUTCHjuniper-flavoured spirit & nick named it “DUTCH COURAGE”. The Dutch called it GenievreCOURAGE”. The Dutch called it Genievre (French word for juniper) the English call it Gin.(French word for juniper) the English call it Gin.
  5. 5. Cont..Cont..  William Horgarth “The Beer Street and gin Lane”.William Horgarth “The Beer Street and gin Lane”. Mother's Ruin“Mother's Ruin“  English gin became very popular after 1690.English gin became very popular after 1690.  The government heavily increased the duty onThe government heavily increased the duty on imported spirits and opened the spirit industry toimported spirits and opened the spirit industry to the public without any license or control.the public without any license or control.  Queen Anne (1702-14) of England increased theQueen Anne (1702-14) of England increased the duty on other spirit to increase the popularize theduty on other spirit to increase the popularize the GinGin
  6. 6. Cont..Cont.. Alexander Gordon, founded distillery inAlexander Gordon, founded distillery in London 1769, for the production ofLondon 1769, for the production of superior Gin and set the Style calledsuperior Gin and set the Style called London Dry Gin.London Dry Gin. Charles Tanqueray, established hisCharles Tanqueray, established his London distillery in 1830.London distillery in 1830.
  7. 7. Production ProcessProduction Process  GRAINGRAIN  STEEPINGSTEEPING  MALTINGMALTING  GERMINATIONGERMINATION  KINLINGKINLING  SIEVINGSIEVING  GRINDING (GRIST)GRINDING (GRIST)  EXTRACTION OFEXTRACTION OF SUGARSUGAR  FERMENTATIONFERMENTATION  (PRODUCTION OF CRUDE(PRODUCTION OF CRUDE ALCOHOL )ALCOHOL )  ADDITION OF BOTANICALADDITION OF BOTANICAL (JUNIPER, ORANGE PEEL,(JUNIPER, ORANGE PEEL, CORIANDER SEEDS ETC)CORIANDER SEEDS ETC)  RE-DISTILLATIONRE-DISTILLATION  RECTIFICATIONRECTIFICATION
  8. 8. TYPES OF GINTYPES OF GIN British or London dry gin-- In England theBritish or London dry gin-- In England the gin mash usually contains more corn andgin mash usually contains more corn and less barley (75% corn15% barley 10% anyless barley (75% corn15% barley 10% any grain). English producer feels that thisgrain). English producer feels that this produces extra smooth gin. Their gin areproduces extra smooth gin. Their gin are distilled at higher proof & having adistilled at higher proof & having a balanced bouquet of juniper berriesbalanced bouquet of juniper berries & other flavouring. They are& other flavouring. They are light, drylight, dry crispcrisp. These are ideal for drinking neat.. These are ideal for drinking neat.
  9. 9. Dutch GinDutch Gin  Produced from mash of equal parts of corn ryeProduced from mash of equal parts of corn rye and malted barley.and malted barley.  Pot still distillation at around 100* US proof.Pot still distillation at around 100* US proof.  The distillate is re-distilled or rectified in theThe distillate is re-distilled or rectified in the presence of Juniper berries in a pot still atpresence of Juniper berries in a pot still at around 100-110* US proof.around 100-110* US proof.  High percentage of congener elements whichHigh percentage of congener elements which make them very heavy strong flavoured with fullmake them very heavy strong flavoured with full taste of Juniper berries, pungent, malty &taste of Juniper berries, pungent, malty & pronounced grain flavour.pronounced grain flavour.
  10. 10. Types Of Dutch GinTypes Of Dutch Gin Oude (old)- The original styleOude (old)- The original style Jonge (young)- The 20th century styleJonge (young)- The 20th century style Korenwijn (corn wine)- The deluxeKorenwijn (corn wine)- The deluxe version. This gin is pale in colour, maturedversion. This gin is pale in colour, matured in cask for three years, sold in traditionalin cask for three years, sold in traditional stone jars.stone jars.
  11. 11. Old Tom GinOld Tom Gin Old Tom Gin- This isOld Tom Gin- This is dry gin sweetened bydry gin sweetened by sugar syrup. This ginsugar syrup. This gin was quiet popular inwas quiet popular in 18th cent. This use to18th cent. This use to be good base forbe good base for Tom Collins cocktail.Tom Collins cocktail.
  12. 12. Plymouth GinPlymouth Gin  This is actually anThis is actually an appellation and producedappellation and produced by firm Plymouth Englandby firm Plymouth England that was founded in 1798.that was founded in 1798. It was traditionallyIt was traditionally associated with Royalassociated with Royal Navy. It is drier thanNavy. It is drier than London dry gin and it wasLondon dry gin and it was believed that it a goodbelieved that it a good way of taking bitters forway of taking bitters for intestinal disorders.intestinal disorders.
  13. 13. Steinhager GinSteinhager Gin German counterpart of London dry ginGerman counterpart of London dry gin with slight more flavour of juniper berries.with slight more flavour of juniper berries.
  14. 14. Golden GinGolden Gin Aged in oakAged in oak barrels for slightbarrels for slight period of time.period of time. The goldenThe golden brown colour isbrown colour is extracted fromextracted from wood.wood.
  15. 15. Sloe GinSloe Gin This is not gin. It isThis is not gin. It is liqueur producedliqueur produced from the addition offrom the addition of sloe berries fruit ofsloe berries fruit of black thorn using ginblack thorn using gin as base. Now a dayas base. Now a day this liqueur isthis liqueur is produced using anyproduced using any other neutral spirit.other neutral spirit.
  16. 16. Sloe GinSloe Gin
  17. 17. London Dry Gin -London Dry Gin -  Brands NamesBrands Names  British GinBritish Gin BeefeaterBeefeater BoothBooth BoodlesBoodles BurnettsBurnetts Bombay SapphireBombay Sapphire BellowsBellows PlymouthPlymouth TanquerayTanqueray
  18. 18. Dutch GinDutch Gin  BolsBols  WennekerWenneker  KuyperKuyper

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