Pinkster, agreeably British Gin. A refreshing 38 % pinky up gin, that deserves your attention and to never let go. I was curious for a while, but it finally happened. It took some time, but it did.
My pink went straight up in the air and I had a chance to nose and to taste this beautiful looking bottle of pink gin. Pinkster is a characteristic, small batch premium gin and characteristic it is for sure, no doubt.
When you visit the website, you will find a short story how this all started. It made me laugh though.
I would like to share a couple of lines from Stephen Marsh. For the rest of the story, I would like to refer you to their website. It is a fantastic read on a great website.
A kitchen table, a frustrated accountant and a bottle of gin. Perhaps more the ingredients for a game of Cluedo, but that’s how the business was born.
Pinkster Gin was launched in the year 2013 and G&J Distillers, one of the world’s oldest gin distilleries, was recruited to the cause. After the nosing and the tasting, this is recommendable to any experienced gin drinkers and the newbies.
- Color: Pale pink
- Nose: Fresh, raspberries, hints of juniper notes, strawberries, tingeling feeling
- Taste: Very fruity, raspberries, strawberries, a lot of red fruit. refreshing and smooth mouthfeel.
- Finish: Lovely fresh
What is interesting to know is that this was produced with eight botanicals including juniper and raspberries.
If you like to get more Pink, trie Pinkster Gin, a lovely Gin for every home. For more information, pink up and go to the website of Pinkster Gin.
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