Tonight, James Chase will be hosting an evening of gin to members at Home House in London.
Not to miss out on all the fun, we have put together a quiz based around the broad category!
Please submit your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title “Gin Quiz”.
Entries with all the correct answers will be placed into a hat, and the lucky contender will win a bottle of our recently released Sloe & Mulberry Gin.
* Entries close on the 13th of November 2013 and the winner will be announced midday on 15th of November 2013.
What is bathtub gin?
A: Gin that has a soapy flavour profile
B: Homemade gin, produced illegally
C: Gin popularised in the city of Bath
Considered one of the oldest styles of gin, this offering uses a malt spirit base (similar to whiskey) and dates back to 13th-century Europe:
A: Old Tom
D: London dry
This style of gin is often considered the missing link between London dry and Dutch genever:
A: Old Tom
B: American dry
D: None of the above
Which of the following is not a style of gin:
A: London dry
B: Old Tom
Which fruit or vegetable do Chase Distillery produce their GIN base spirit from
Which is the biggest gin-drinking nation?
Aside from Juniper Berries, what are the three key botanicals in Williams Chase Elegant Gin? Clue – they are all grown on the Chase Farm?
A: Hops, blackcurrants, carrots
B: Tea Leaves, Mint, eucalyptus
C: Elderflowers, hops, bramley apples
D: Sloe Berries, Damsons, and Thyme
What is the main difference between gin and vodka
A: Bottle Shape
B: Alcohol content
C: The taste of Juniper Berries
Is the classic Martini made with gin or vodka?