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Dry Gin

Dry gin is a type of gin that is made without any sweeteners. It is the most common type of gin used in cocktails and has a strong, juniper-forward flavor. Dry gin was first created in the 17th century in London and has been the standard bearer for gin ever since.

While London dry gin is the best known type of dry gin, there are many different styles that have been created around the world. Dry gin can be made with any type of botanical, but must be distilled to at least 70% ABV to be considered true dry gin.

Dry gin is incredibly versatile and can be used in a wide variety of cocktails. It is the key ingredient in classics like the Martini and Gin and Tonic. Dry gin can also be served neat or on the rocks, depending on your preference.

If you're looking to try dry gin for the first time, start with a classic like the Martini or Gin and Tonic. These cocktails are well-balanced and showcase the unique flavor of dry gin. You can also experiment with different types of bitters, syrups, and fruits to create your own unique cocktails. Cheers!