The history and mystery of gin

03/22/2007 | Roanoke Times (Va.), The

Because the martini consists primarily of gin, the flavors of the popular cocktail today mirror those of the gin mixed in. The history of this favorite spirit has helped define today's varieties, which include Bombay Sapphire, based on a 1761 recipe and using 10 botanicals, with ingredient proportions a highly guarded secret.

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