Think Gin 2017: Mapping out gin’s future
When something gets too big or grows too fast, it’s only a matter of time before the wolves gather, waiting for it to fall – or trying to knock it – off its pedestal. This is true of gin, where the spirit’s unprecedented rise has made it a target for gleeful mutterings that it’s finally past its peak.
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