For example, juniper monoterpenes come from juniper berries. Gordon's today is a gin that's enjoyed, not dissected. Flying the gin pennant was an invitation (generally aimed at officers) to come aboard for a (free) drink in the ship's wardroom. Formerly Ginebra San Miguel, the La Tondeña ballclub will be known as Gordon's Gin Boars for the league's 23rd season. Gin pennants have also been produced as novelties by distillers. Another common variation was to distill in the presence of sulphuric acid. An incident occurred during the April 29 semifinals game between Gordon's Gin and San Miguel Beermen which was won by the Boars, 98-94. Gordon played first-class cricket frequently until 1862, having made 27 appearances, sixteen of which came for the Marylebone Cricket Club. Almost 250 years ago, Alexander Gordon started his distillery in London and set about creating the recipe for a brilliant tasting gin. [7] Gin in the 18th century was produced in pot stills, and was somewhat sweeter than the London gin known today. The Boars won their first three games in the All-Filipino Cup and were on top of the standings with six wins and one loss after the first round of eliminations, losing only to Alaska on March 2. The gin pennant exists in several variants. Summary. Gordon's high quality and distinctive juniper flavour has come to define the taste of the classic G&T. [3] Trimmingham debut with 34 points as the Boars nip Sta.Lucia Realtors, 97-96 on October 10. Gin adalah minuman beralkohol dari hasil fermentasi serealia (jelai, gandum, haver) yang diberi aroma buah pohon juniper, dan melalui proses distilasi.Selain minyak dari buah pohon juniper, gin juga dicampur minyak rempah-rempah seperti adas manis, karawai, biji ketumbar, kulit jeruk, akar manis, kayu manis, dan kapulaga.. Menurut cara pembuatannya, gin dibagi menjadi dua jenis. The grandson of the Alexander Gordon, the founder of Gordon's Gin, he was born at Finsbury in December 1814. More recently gin-based liqueurs have been popularised, reaching a market outside that of traditional gin drinkers, including fruit-flavoured and usually coloured "Pink gin",[20] Rhubarb gin, Spiced gin, Violet gin, Blood orange gin and Sloe gin. [12] Gin, though, was blamed for various social problems, and it may have been a factor in the higher death rates which stabilized London's previously growing population. After juniper, gin tends to be flavoured with botanical/herbal, spice, floral or fruit-flavours or often a combination. [7] Particularly in crude, inferior forms, it was more likely to be flavoured with turpentine. Charles Gordon (25 December 1814 – 27 July 1899) was an English first-class cricketer and gin distiller. When flown aboard ship, it indicates an open invitation to other ships' officers to come aboard for drinks. Gin originated as a medicinal liquor made by monks and alchemists across Europe, particularly in Southern France, Flanders and the Netherlands, to provide aqua vita from distillates of grapes and grains. The mix is triple distilled, and supposedly contains coriander seeds, angelica root, orris root, orange and lemon peels, ginger, cassia oil and nutmeg aside from the juniper berries. The Gin Act 1751 was more successful, however; it forced distillers to sell only to licensed retailers and brought gin shops under the jurisdiction of local magistrates. [11] Of the 15,000 drinking establishments in London, not including coffee shops and drinking chocolate shops, over half were gin shops. [8] Historian Angela McShane has described it as a "Protestant drink" as its rise was brought about by a protestant king, fuelling his armies fighting the Catholic Irish and French. It then became an object of commerce in the spirits industry. [1][2]. Sitä valmistetaan Britannian ohella Uudessa-Seelannissa sekä muutamissa kansainyhteisön maissa. It is the only gin to display the royal coat of arms on its bottle, by appointment of Her Majesty the Queen. [7] The reputation of the two drinks was illustrated by William Hogarth in his engravings Beer Street and Gin Lane (1751), described by the BBC as "arguably the most potent anti-drug poster ever conceived. [1] He made his debut in first-class cricket for the Gentlemen of England against the Gentlemen of Kent at Lord's in 1844, with Gordon playing in the return fixture at Canterbury. On September 7, Gordon's Gin ended a six-year title drought when they wrapped it up in Game six as they held Alaska to only five points in the third quarter to pull away with a 30-point lead, 79-49, going into the final 12 minutes. Formerly Ginebra San Miguel, the La Tondeña ballclub will be known as Gordon's Gin Boars for the league's 23rd season. Old Tom gin faded in popularity by the early 20th century. [6], "Flight 44 arrives on time, leads Gordon's past SLR five", "Gordon's ships Feihl to Purefoods for Bolado", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1997_Gordon%27s_Gin_Boars_season&oldid=987453011, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, (C) - Commissioner's Cup Import, (G) - Governor's Cup Import, (A) - Acquired via trade, This page was last edited on 7 November 2020, at 04:03. Gin emerged in England after the introduction of the jenever, a Dutch and Belgian liquor that was originally a medicine. In tropical British colonies gin was used to mask the bitter flavour of quinine, which was the only effective anti-malarial compound. Dutch or Belgian gin, also known as jenever or genever, evolved from malt wine spirits, and is a distinctly different drink from later styles of gin. Due to their rather informal nature, gin pennants may be improvised or customized from available flags and pennants. A well known gin cocktail is the martini, traditionally made with gin and dry vermouth. Floral notes come from compounds such as geraniol and euganol. Gin pennants likely originated in, and remain in use today, in the Commonwealth navies. With only one addition in their lineup in former Ginebra cager Antero Saldaña, who last played for the team a decade ago, their roster from last season remain intact. Reseptin on tuntenut ainoastaan 12 ihmistä maailmassa, ja se on säilynyt salassa yli 200 vuoden ajan. In the 1950s, the makers of Gordon's Gin distributed Gordon's pennants in reversed colors: a green field with white hoist and fly, defaced with a gin bottle, glass, and the word GORDON'S. [2], The Canadian Food and Drug Regulation recognises gin with three different definitions (Genever, Gin, London or Dry gin) that loosely approximate the US definitions. The oude (old) style of jenever remained very popular throughout the 19th century, where it was referred to as Holland or Geneva gin in popular, American, pre-Prohibition bartender guides.[16]. "[13] The negative reputation of gin survives today in the English language, in terms like gin mills or the American phrase gin joints to describe disreputable bars, or gin-soaked to refer to drunks. With only one game left in their elimination round assignments, the Boars lost to Alaska and their win-loss record stood at seven wins and seven losses. Gin is a common base spirit for many mixed drinks, including the martini. Today, Gordon's is enjoyed by millions of people in over 180 countries around the world. (Consequently, junior officers would sometimes compete and conspire to fly the gin pennant aboard other ships.) The Boars won in a convincing fashion, 105-79, for their first championship since they last won a crown in 1991. Newidiwyd y dudalen hon ddiwethaf ar 25 Mawrth 2019, am 00:21. [4] According to some unconfirmed accounts, gin originated in Italy. Similar infusions are possible with other fruits, such as damsons. Gordon’s Ginin kehitti skotlantilainen Alexander Gordon perustamassaan Clerkenwellin tislaamossa Lontoossa vuonna 1769. Secretly produced "bathtub gin" was available in the speakeasies and "blind pigs" of Prohibition-era America as a result of the relative simple production. The 18th century gave rise to a style of gin referred to as Old Tom gin, which is a softer, sweeter style of gin, often containing sugar. Beer maintained a healthy reputation as it was often safer to drink the brewed ale than unclean plain water. While it does not command a sizable market share in its native market, its largest market is in the United States, where it is the highest-selling gin import, followed by southern Europe. The gin pennant appeared at least as early as the 1940s, and possibly long before. Although this development had been taking place since early 17th century, gin became widespread after the William of Orange-led 1688 Glorious Revolution and subsequent import restrictions on French brandy. Sen ainesosia ovat katajanmarja, korianterin siemenet, karhunputken juuri sekä yrtit. The epithet mother's ruin is a common British name for gin, the origin of which is the subject of ongoing debate.[14]. When flown aboard ship, it indicates an open invitation to other ships' officers to come aboard for drinks. [9], Gin drinking in England rose significantly after the government allowed unlicensed gin production, and at the same time imposed a heavy duty on all imported spirits such as French brandy. Perry was replaced by Dennis Edwards, another former Tanduay import in the PBL. His grandson was Sir Douglas Gordon, a senior police officer in Bengal Province in British India. On August 24, the Boars outlasted San Miguel in two overtimes, 106-100, for their third straight finals appearance. Tanqueray is a brand of gin produced by Diageo plc and marketed worldwide. [23] For Genever and Gin, they shall not contain more than two percent sweetening agents.[23]. It is further claimed that English soldiers who provided support in Antwerp against the Spanish in 1585, during the Eighty Years' War, were already drinking jenever for its calming effects before battle, from which the term Dutch courage is believed to have originated. [27], According to the Canadian Food and Drug Regulation, gin is produced through redistillation of alcohol from juniper-berries or a mixture of more than one such redistilled food products.[28]. The Gin Act 1736 imposed high taxes on retailers and led to riots in the streets. Chemical research has begun to identify the various chemicals that are extracted in the distillation process and contribute to gin's flavouring. Hopkins led the Boars to the semifinals with six wins and four losses and tied with three other teams at first place. In the 1950s, the makers of Gordon's Gin distributed Gordon's pennants in reversed colors: a green field with white hoist and fly, defaced with a gin bottle, glass, and the word GORDON'S. Purnell Perry, a former Tanduay import in the PBL, played one game and the Boars lost to Mobiline, 117-136, in their first outing in the Governor's Cup on September 23. San Miguel lost import Jeff Ward to injuries in final five minutes as Gordon's Gin pulled away with a 106-100 victory. The result is a sweeter spirit, and one that may have possessed additional analgesic or even intoxicating effects – see Paracelsus. Whereas a more detailed regulation is provided for Holland gin or genever, no distinction is made between compounded gin and distilled gin. The gin pennant appeared at least as early as the 1940s, and possibly long before. August 24: In the knockout game for the right to play Alaska in the Commissioners Cup finals, Gordon's Gin were trailing by five points against the San Miguel Beermen in regulation, 75-80 with 51 seconds left, Boars import Chris King hit a three-pointer to cut the lead to two points and he issued a nice feed on Noli Locsin with nine seconds to go as Gordon's forces overtime at 80-all. [2] By 1850, Gordon was in charge of Gordon's Gin and oversaw its exportation around the British Empire following the lifting of excise tax on exported gin by Parliament. A member of the Gordon family, he ran Gordon's Gin from the 1850s. Some legal classifications (protected denomination of origin) define gin as only originating from specific geographical areas without any further restrictions (e.g. The gin pennant (sometimes gin flag or drinking pennant) is a maritime flag. Y marchnadoedd gorau ar gyfer Gordon's yw'r Deyrnas Unedig, yr Unol Daleithiau, a Gwlad Groeg. [5]. Beerman Allan Caidic fell hard on the floor after an accidental collision between him and teammate Nelson Asaytono who leap in the air for a rebound, Boars' playing coach Sonny Jaworski was accused for his behavior when in full view of the thousands watching live at the Cuneta Astrodome and on live TV, the vintage camera captured Jaworski appearing to be arguing with game officials for Allan Caidic to be removed from the playing floor and went to the extent of making a "slit-the-throat" gesture, public response was immediate and callers swamped TV and radio stations to express their disgust, the controversy regarding the Big J's acts on the much-publicized accident has stirred a debate and mixed reactions from everybody putting in their worth of opinion. Gin is a distilled alcoholic drink that derives its predominant flavour from juniper berries (Juniperus communis).. Mae testun y dudalen ar gael dan drwydded. Gordon’s is the world’s favourite gin. Johnson, Harry; "Harry Johnson's New and Improved Bartender's Manual; 1900. Dating back to the 1760s and the creation of Scotsman Alexander Gordon, Gordon's Gin is 1st or 2nd highest selling gin in the world (depending on which data you read!). The 1997 Gordon's Gin Boars season was the 19th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). Since 2013 gin has been in a period of ascendancy worldwide,[19] with many new brands and producers entering the category leading to a period of strong growth, innovation and change. Special London Dry Ginistä tuli hyvin suosittu, ja sen resepti on säilynyt muuttumattomana aina näihin päiviin. Another variant described is a small triangular flag in solid green, defaced with a white cocktail or wine glass. [2], http://www.diageo.com/en-sc/ourbrands/categories/spirits/pages/gin.aspx#gordons, https://cy.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gordon%27s_Gin&oldid=7779777. Surging popularity and unchecked competition has led to consumer's conflation of gin with gin liqueurs and many products are straddling, pushing or breaking the boundaries of established definitions in a period of genesis for the industry. This created a larger market for poor-quality barley that was unfit for brewing beer, and in 1695–1735 thousands of gin-shops sprang up throughout England, a period known as the Gin Craze. [1], In the United States, "gin" is defined as an alcoholic beverage of no less than 40% ABV (80 proof) that possesses the characteristic flavour of juniper berries. Although the acid itself does not distil, it imparts the additional aroma of diethyl ether to the resulting gin. Gordon’s Gin on brittiläinen ginimerkki.Sitä valmistetaan Britannian ohella Uudessa-Seelannissa sekä muutamissa kansainyhteisön maissa. Gin is also often used as a base spirit to produce flavoured gin-based liqueurs such as, for example, sloe gin, traditionally by the addition of fruit, flavourings and sugar. A member of the Gordon family, he ran Gordon's Gin from the 1850s.. Gordon's Gin and traditional All-Filipino powerhouse Purefoods Corned Beef Cowboys easily made it to the finals and the two most popular teams will play against each other in the championship for only the second time in their history since they last played way back in the 1988 All-Filipino finals, won by Gordon's Gin (then Añejo Rum 65). The 1997 Gordon's Gin Boars season was the 19th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). [3], https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gin_pennant&oldid=805740749, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2017, at 10:01. One of the most memorable shots in team history was Bal David's final second heave from half-court to defeat San Miguel Beer by two points. [5], By the mid-17th century, numerous small Dutch and Flemish distillers had popularized the re-distillation of malted barley spirit or malt wine with juniper, anise, caraway, coriander, etc.,[6] which were sold in pharmacies and used to treat such medical problems as kidney ailments, lumbago, stomach ailments, gallstones, and gout. Quinine was dissolved in carbonated water to form tonic water; the resulting cocktail is gin and tonic, although modern tonic water contains only a trace of quinine as a flavouring. [3] He resumed playing first-class cricket in 1851, when he played for a Marylebone Cricket Club and Metropolitan Clubs team and Middlesex. Although it originated in London, the spirit is now produced in Scotland. [26], In 2018, more than half the growth in the UK Gin category was contributed by flavoured gin. Y cwmni gwirodydd Prydeinig Diageo sydd biau'r cwmni. Spice-like flavours come from chemicals such as sabinene, delta-3-carene, and para-cymene. Brand o jin sych Llundeinig yw Gordon's Gin, a gynhyrchwyd gyntaf yn 1769.Y marchnadoedd gorau ar gyfer Gordon's yw'r Deyrnas Unedig, yr Unol Daleithiau, a Gwlad Groeg. The gin pennant (sometimes gin flag or drinking pennant) is a maritime flag. ), while other common descriptors refer to classic styles that are culturally recognised, but not legally defined (e.g. Gin can be broadly differentiated into three basic styles reflecting modernization in its distillation and flavouring techniques:[24]. Gin originated as a medicinal liquor made by monks and alchemists across Europe, particularly in Southern France, Flanders and the Netherlands, to provide aqua vita from distillates of grapes and grains. Schiedam, a city in the province of South Holland, is famous for its jenever-producing history. [10] Because of the low price of gin, when compared with other drinks available at the same time, and in the same geographic location, gin began to be consumed regularly by the poor. The physician Franciscus Sylvius has been falsely credited with the invention of gin in the mid-17th century,[3] although the existence of jenever is confirmed in Philip Massinger's play The Duke of Milan (1623), when Sylvius would have been about nine years old. 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Edwards led Gordon's Gin to three straight victories but when the much-talk about Leon Trimmingham, the Most Valuable Player in the Australian League and known as "Flight 44" became available, Edwards was sent home. Gordon’s London Dry Gin. Gin produced only through the redistillation of botanicals can be further distinguished and marketed as "distilled gin". The playoff match went into second overtime after Beermen Olsen Racela missed his second free throw and Marlou Aquino threw a long pass on Bal David for the go-ahead basket with 1.5 seconds remaining, forcing second extension at 94-all. Brand o jin sych Llundeinig yw Gordon's Gin, a gynhyrchwyd gyntaf yn 1769. Dyma'r jin Llundeinig sydd yn gwerthu orau yn y byd. He played in the same fixture in 1845. Gin pennants have also been produced as novelties by distillers. Sivua on viimeksi muutettu 2. huhtikuuta 2018 kello 13.42. Gin became vastly more popular as an alternative to brandy, when William III, II & I and Mary II became co-sovereigns of England, Scotland and Ireland after leading the Glorious Revolution. Citric and berry flavours come from chemicals such as limonene and gamma-terpinene linalool found in limes, blueberries and hops amongst others. Either compounded or distilled gin can be labelled as Dry Gin or London Dry Gin if it does not contain any sweetening agents. Purpose-made gin pennants often take the form of a starboard pennant defaced with a wine, cocktail, or martini glass (typically green, sometimes gray or black) on the field. The name gin is a shortened form of the older English word genever,[21] related to the French word genièvre and the Dutch word jenever. Pullo voi olla myös muovia riippuen koosta. The simplest option is to fly the "starboard" manoeuvering signal pennant (a pennant with a white field, and green hoist and fly). Sloe gin is traditionally described as a liqueur made by infusing sloes (the fruit of the blackthorn) in gin, although modern versions are almost always compounded from neutral spirits and flavourings. The same for Hasselt in the Belgian province of Limburg. It then became an object of commerce in the spirits industry. Sulphuric acid subtracts one water molecule from two ethanol molecules to create diethyl ether, which also forms an azeotrope with ethanol, and therefore distils with it.

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