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Perhaps most exciting for groups is The Ginstitute, which offers gin-making experiences to attendees interested in making their own personal blend of gin.
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Attendees can see and taste the natural herbs and berries growing in the forest—most of which have been used by locals to create natural remedies for infection, pain and sickness.