The Botany of Gin
Treat yourself to a new bottle of gin if you did. I have something to go with it. No it's not a bottle of imported all of. It's a new book entitled the botany of gin by chris. Thorogood and simon hiscock published by the boldly in library of the university of oxford both our administrators at the oxford botanic garden. And that's an institution committed to economically useful plants. But this is not a reference book for the laboratory or greenhouse. It belongs on a shelf. Next to your liquor cabinet and your guests can skim through it while you shake not stir their martini. In fact you can play some games with this book depending on how much you spent on the bottle. The introduction gives you twenty pages of interesting text concerning jin's history manufacturer and the importance of romantic oils.