I'm a brown-liquor guy at heart, but in the warmer months, I find myself mixing more and more drinks with clear spirits. And this year, that means gin. I've come to love its herbal flavor, and how adaptable it can be, lending itself to spirituous stirred drinks, pairing with aromatic vermouth and bitter, complex aperitifs, and finding a home in refreshing fruit- and vegetable-based drinks. Keep reading for 45 great gin cocktails of all styles.
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