Gin is a flavored grain eau-de-vie. This flavoring can be done naturally, by infusion or maceration of spices, herbs and herbs, or artificially, by mixing natural gin essences. The gin, which gives its name to gin, is an essential component. In Europe, the minimum degree of a gin is 37.5% abv. Its taste and appearance can be adjusted by the addition of sugar and coloring. Gin comes in several subcategories: "Gin", which can be flavored; "Distilled gin", produced by the redistillation of an alcohol in which natural herbs have macerated; "London Dry Gin", a Distilled Gin to which no artificial element (aroma or coloring) can be added if it is sugar, and in well-defined proportions.