Pinkster Gin go Crackers at Christmas.
Another giveaway as part of the 12 days of Christmas series on London-Unattached, this time from Pinkster Gin.
Are you a Pink Gin fan? The lovely people at Pinkster Gin have created some rather special crackers this year, each one with a Pinkster gin miniature and a pot of Pinkster Gin Jam (that’s where all the leftover raspberries from Pinkster end up!). I’ve got two of these for one lucky London-Unattached reader – I think they’d be perfect for an intimate ‘date-night’ evening when the kids are asleep, or even for a special festive girls night…pull the crackers, drink the gin and then save the jam for later!
Here at London-Unattached, we love gin and we’ve even been on a special WSET course to learn more about it. But, while artisan gin is all the rage, sometimes all those complicated botanicals are just a bit too much. Pinkster is refreshingly simple at face value – by using fresh fruit, you get a light, delicious mouthful!
Made with fresh raspberries from the Cambridgeshire countryside, Pinkster is a raspberry infusion of a juniper-based dry gin. Voted the Best Contemporary Gin (Gin Guide Awards 2017) and the Best Fruit Led Gin (Gin Awards 2018), it makes a delicious Gin and Tonic and can also be used to create a twist on a whole range of Gin based cocktails – Raspberry Gimlet anyone?
If you are organising Christmas presents and want your own crackers, you can buy them online from the Pinkster Gin website – and they’ve also got a gift box of six gin crackers with either gin or gin jam in each cracker and the mandatory jokes and hats. There are some more fun gifts too, so do check out the site. In any case, you’ll need to do so to answer the question if you are planning on chancing your luck and seeing if you can win!
You can buy Pinkster gin itself from Majestic Wine across the UK, as well as from 40 branches of Marks & Spencer across the South East. It’s also available to buy in Fenwick, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges or available online from Ocado, 31Dover.com, Master of Malt and from their own website www.pinkstergin.com