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The product belongs, like Genever, to the "spirits with juniper". In contrast to Genever, the taste of juniper must be predominant in Gin. In addition to juniper berries, further natural and / or nature-identical aromas can be used. A "spirits with juniper" may be referred to as "distilled gin" when prepared by re-distilling ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin with the addition of juniper berries and other natural herbal substances in the commonly used distillation apparatus. The minimum alcohol content is 37.5% vol. The product is also marketed under the names of "Dry Gin" or "London Gry Gin", "London Gin" being understood as a generic name. The history of the Gins started to the 17th century. Its production is based on the Dutch Genever. Wilhelm III of Orange brought Genever to England, when he ascended the throne there in 1689. The recipe of Gin has then developed independently in England.