What is a barrel aged gin

In the 18th century, oak casks were used to store and transport gin. Gin was originally aged in wooden barrels to give it a smooth flavor and prevent it from spoiling. However, barrel aging also imparts a subtle woodiness to the gin, which can be enhanced by using a barrel that has been previously used to age whiskey or wine. Today, many craft distilleries are barrel aging gin to create unique and complex flavors. Barrel aged gin mostly uses wine barrels now which lend a subtlety and depth of flavour that can’t be achieved by other methods. The original “jenever”…

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