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The Best Ways to Use Navy Strength Gin, According to Bartenders and Distillers

6 monthes ago   |   By Vine Pair

Spirits trends, like everything in the modern world, are dominated by extremes. Low-proof vermouths and other aromatized wines rule one end of the spectrum, while bottled-in-bond and other ultra-high-proof spirits punch through the other. And so it seems fitting that navy strength gin , a style that dates back to the 1700s, is becoming increasingly common behind the bar.
To qualify as “navy strength,” gin has to be at least 114 proof. But there's more to it than that, as is becoming abundantly obvious by the growing number of navy strength gins appearing on the market.
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