I heard that gin is anti-aging, especially if it is shaken, as the shaking releases the healthiness latent in I guess the juniper-berry infusion.
Is it true?
But, I will tell you the best gin drink to make if it is true:
Gin plus ice cubes in a peanut butter jar with the lid on; shaken vehemently; lid removed; add a squeeze of lime.
But you shouldn’t drink.
Chances are you are drinking more than you should.
Almost everyone drinking alcohol is drinking more than they should.
So we can’t recommend this drink.
But, well, it’s a shaken gin drink.
An article about the healthiness of Gin: https://www.businessinsider.com/7-surprising-health-benefits-of-drinking-gin-2017-10#4-it-can-help-you-live-longer-4
Low calorie, juniper berries anti-aging, and so on — we both know you’ll drink so much that you erase any tiny benefits that distilling a few juniper berries might confer upon your system.
And now there’s a gin infused with collagen, the consumption of which (of collagen, I mean) has been linked to younger-looking skin: https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2016/04/109096/anti-aging-gin
You’re better off chewing a few juniper berries (or maybe juniper berry tea over ice? or a dash of juniper berry extract in your lemon water??) and getting your work done.
Copyright: AM Watson