Maybe it's due to the exotic botanicals on the nose or the whiff of Jazz Age glamour. Or the way it makes a cocktail taste like more than the sum of its parts. For those reasons and more, gin stands taller at the bar today than it has in years. Creative barkeeps are having a field day mixing it with Campari and sweet vermouth in the retro-revival Negroni cocktail, not to mention inventing newfangled libations. Examples of the latter include signature drinks made with gin and muddled seasonal ...

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