Yes, you can drink gin directly without problem. If pure gin is your drink of choice, then there's nothing wrong with that. Just be sure to drink quality gin, preferably with ice and a slice of lime or lemon. However, drinking gin alone is something that is not very common.
So why aren't more people drinking pure gin? Partly because they know what bad gin tastes like on its own. But inertia also plays an important role. Gin was once a pure and ordinary drink, until the 19th century. But it was unfortunate enough to also be a phenomenal base for cocktails, especially martini and gin and tonic.
It's a good bet that many gin fans think of it so exclusively in terms of these two jars that they wouldn't know what pure gin tastes like in the first place. To drink gin directly, chill it first, since gin is best chilled with ice. Pour the gin into a mixing glass filled with ice and stir. Then strain it into a glass with ice.
This is perfect if you forgot to keep your gin cold or you prefer your drinks to be cold. Drinking pure (pure) gin can be harmful if consumed in large quantities or over a short period of time. At first, you may feel relaxed, more extroverted, and experience a decrease in your inhibitions. However, alcohol consumption can also cause adverse physical effects and behavioral changes.
Gin is high in alcohol, which means that drinking a lot in a short time can raise your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to dangerous levels. Usually, the taste begins and ends with a low-quality juniper, which, at least for me, is nauseably bitter. Since it doesn't need to be aged as much as other liquors, you don't get as many tannins from oak, leaving gin with a touch of something different. I've spent the past few weeks drinking them alone or with ice, trying to discern all the different flavors.
If you're already desperate for spring and all the excellent smells and green elements that accompany it, close your eyes and drink this gin. Sipsmith has an excellent variety of gins, but the London Dry is surprisingly tasty and complete on its own. While you may prefer tropical fruits like coconuts or fall fruits like pumpkin, the most enjoyable cocktails will come from mixes of things like gin and strawberry or gin and lime. With so few popular college cocktails sweeping campuses with gin as a base, many people don't learn to drink gin when they first try everything they can get their hands on.
The short length of the cup means that the aromas tend to be closer to the nose, which works well with the most delicate gins. American oak tends to influence spirits a lot, sometimes to the extreme, but the genius of this offer shines through. However, the way they are combined is the gin maker's art of selecting and balancing a basket of perhaps a dozen flavors, as well as monitoring how they change during redistillation. Drinking gin can cause poisoning, such as difficulty speaking, coordination problems, and sleepiness.
Whitechapel is one of the few American bars that can find bottles of gin that date back decades and that can be drunk. Although vodka or low-consumption whiskey are still basically tasty, rail gin is completely undrinkable.