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Gin is a popular distilled spirit that has been enjoyed for centuries. While there are several types of it, dry gin is one of the most popular. The alcoholic beverage is a clear spirit that is typically made with a combination of juniper berries, botanicals, and other ingredients. KRALSKA premium dry gin is remarkable with its forest blue juniper berries extracted from the wild nature of Bulgaria.

One of the defining characteristics of the beverage is its lack of sweetness. Unlike other types of gin, which may contain added sugar or other sweeteners, it is typically made without any added sweeteners. This makes it a popular choice for cocktails that require a more neutral spirit, such as the classic gin and tonic.

To make dry gin, distillers begin by soaking a mixture of juniper berries, botanicals, and other ingredients in a neutral spirit, such as vodka. The mixture is then distilled, which separates the alcohol from the flavoring ingredients. The resulting liquid is then filtered and bottled.

While the exact recipe for dry gin can vary, juniper berries are typically the dominant flavor. Other common botanicals used for its making include coriander, angelica root, orris root, and citrus peels. These ingredients work together to create a complex and flavourful spirit that is perfect for sipping or mixing into cocktails. Please have a look at our list of cocktails on the base of gin.

Dry gin is a versatile spirit that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Many people prefer to drink it neat or on the rocks, while others enjoy it mixed into classic cocktails like the martini or the gin and tonic. With its unique flavor profile and lack of sweetness, dry gin is a great option for anyone looking for a more refined and sophisticated spirit.

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