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distillers to experiment with, provided they are foraged responsibly. Australian gin distillers have leveraged local botanicals like wattle seed or finger limes to tell stories about local botanic diversity; South African distillers have harvested plants from the fynbos to illustrate the rich botanic diversity of the African Cape. Local and unusual species of juniper may be the next opportunity for distillers to tell a story through the lens of gin. Aaron Knoll is a noted gin historian, critic, and consultant. He authored 2015's “Gin: The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival,” which has since been translated into three languages, and additionally co-authored 2013's “The Craft of Gin.” He also founded leading gin website in 2009.