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Gin

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guinea. The code is used for transactions to and from Guinean bank accounts and for international shipping to Guinea. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The rapid growth in UK distilleries and the increasing number of gin brands arriving on the market last year helped the record-breaking sales.
50 were treated to a bespoke Gin Society glass, a gin guide booklet describing the different gins on offer and the chance to sample 120 gins.
Burleighs Gin has also teamed up with Charnwood Brewery to bring their award winning range of locally brewed beers.
And, as the new Angel of the North Gin hits the market - inviting fans to raise a glass in its honour - the plan is to present one of the limited-edition bottles to Gormley himself.
Cameron McCann, co-owner at Stirling Gin, believes that it would be more ethical if gin companies were forced to state where their product is made.
We drink gallons of the stuff, enough to make gin and tonics one of the most popular drinks in vogue at the moment.
In fact, according to sales figures, gin is now more popular than it has been in a century.
Nicol and his uncle went for a walk in the mountain forest which is a famous conservation site in Japan and which hosts the Sancho berries that are the heart of the gin.
The Gin Lovers' Gift Set has two baubles filled with The Lakes gin, two of sloe gin liqueur and two of damson gin liqueur, hence the red colouring.