Dear Curious Readers,
I don’t know about you but I always wondered by shrubs were. For any reason I believed for a long time that it was a sort of sorbet or a natural juice. I’m nerdy about spirits, I’m naive about bartending practices. So I never really knew what it was until i read this article below, first published by the FMK.
so what is a shrub historically and today?
Dear curious reader,
Do you want to know about the fastest growing category in the drink industry ? Me too, so to start questioning and exploring this hotted topic I went to hear what distill ventures's COO Dan Gasper had to say on the subject. Read on !
Juniper based spirits (Gin, Genever, Juniper berries)
Agave based spirits (Tequila, Mezcal, Raicilla, Bacanora, Sotol, Pulque)
Fruit based spirits (Eaux de Vies, Fruit brandies, Calvados, Applejack)
Anything based spirits (Vodka)
Grape or pomace based spirits (Cognac, Armagnac, Pisco, Grappa, Marc, Fine)
Herbs and spices based spirits
(anis-based, raki, ouzo, pastis, liqueur, creme de liqueurs, vermouth)