Pinkster // England
Launched in 2013, Pinkster Gin gets its lovely pale pink color from macerating raspberries into a finished gin. These and two additional botanicals are added post-distillation to a gin which is made to their standard with five botanicals at G & J Distillers. Note: This is not currently available in the U.S.
Flavored GinA gin flavored, either naturally or artificially with the (pre)dominant flavor(s) listed on the label.
"Clearly you've noticed the pale pink color by now. Gentle raspberry aromas greet you, but soon grapefruit grabs your attention. Juniper is present, but it and the other spices play nice. This is a soft gin. A breakfast gin, perhaps. The raspberries add a gentle sweetness to the gin, but you are still drinking gin (thankfully). It finishes with a bittersweet grapefruit flavor. And one that is utterly drinkable as is. Maybe serve on the rocks (and add some raspberries to the cubes for additional flair)."
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