Refreshing Summery Gin – Pinkster fresh raspberry gin with Boozy Berries and Gin Jam:
Looking for a different summer spirit this year? Pinkster could be just the ticket. 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! As The Observer says
“Minimal bottle. Maximum flavour. Artisan gin with raspberries. Yum.”
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?
An artisan product developed by Founder Stephen Marsh who was keen to create a gin-based drink using only fresh fruit, Pinkster have also developed a range of products to make use of the gin-soaked berries which would otherwise go to waste. Instead, you can buy Boozy Berries or Gin Jam – what a fabulous idea! Add to that Pinkster Royale, a rich spirit designed to pimp up your Prosecco and you have the perfect combination of ingredients for a boozy afternoon tea.
You can buy Pinkster 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
In the meantime, I’ve got my hands on a bottle of Pinkster, some boozy berries and some gin jam to give away to one lucky London-Unattached reader. If you’d like the chance to win, just follow the Rafflecopter through, remembering to answer the mandatory question in the comments below.
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