Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Brighton’s First Distillery Is Trying To Make Hangover-Free Gin

The core idea behind Brighton Gin is that it’s forgiving. Gin is touted as a spirit that leaves little hangover, as the raw spirit is distilled several times; removing most of the impurities that usually team up to pummel the liver into submission.

Although the exact recipe is a closely guarded secret, Brighton Gin combines the staple juniper berries with fresh orange and lime, along with milk thistle. Milk thistle is native to southeast England and contains an active ingredient, silibinin, which has been shown to protect liver cells against damage from toxins.

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