Pinkster Gin- Pinkster On Tap – Southern Wines Ltd

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Pinkster Gin- Pinkster On Tap

£135.00 per bottle (£135.00 per case)


Pinkster On Tap represents better value than buying the equivalent 4.3 x 70cl bottles.

From boats to BBQs, Glastonbury to Glyndebourne, it’s gin on tap with our stylish and sustainable bag-in-box.

A premium gin distilled in small batches. Deliciously dry with a subtly smooth finish, the select mix of botanicals includes fresh raspberries, adding a gentle fruity flavour.

Alcohol: 37.5%

Since launching in 2013, Pinkster has slipped down a treat, establishing itself as a quirky premium gin.

Distilled in small batches, they hand-steep fresh, locally grown raspberries in the core spirit at their HQ near Cambridge.

Pinkster make a marvellous G&T, with a distinctive colour and delicate flavour appealing both to seasoned gin drinkers and recent converts.

Best of all, Pinkster recycle the raspberries, albeit slightly intoxicated, and we sell them on our website as Boozy Berries or Gin Jam.

For a refreshingly different G&T, serve with a raspberry and a sprig of fresh mint.


Alternatively you could try these cocktail recipes:


50ml Pinkster Gin
15ml sweet vermouth
Dash orange bitters
Bar spoon triple sec

Stir well and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with three rose petals.

Pinkster Loving Fizz

50ml Pinkster Gin
5 fresh raspberries
5 fresh mint leaves
25ml fresh lime juice
25ml sugar syrup

Shake and strain into an ice-filled Collins glass and top with soda water, garnish with a mint sprig.

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50ml Pinkster Gin
5 fresh raspberries
3 slices fresh red chilli
25ml falernum
10ml sugar syrup
2 dashes chocolate bitters

Shake all ingredients and double strain into chilled coupe glass. Garnish with fresh rasperries.

No grape, but five secret botanicals and fresh raspberries

Colour: Gentle Salmon Pink

Nose: Hints of Raspberry

Palate: Deliciously dry, with a hint of fruit and an exceptionally smooth finish

The perfect summer aperitif.

delicious now.