Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin, 70 cl
Regular price £22.49
Gin Lane 1751 is a series of four victorian-inspired gins. This specific gin is naturally blended spiced bitters and is of medium sweetness. Mix 50ml with 25ml Cointreau with up to 10 muddled strawberries and you'll have a delicious Strawberry Cooler. Read more.
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Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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Gin Lane 1751 is the embodiment of a classic Victorian style gin in its taste profile, juxtaposed with accurate label recreation of the period to create a range of authentic and crafted varietals. To accomplish this, a partnership was forged with 8th generation London distiller, Charles Maxwell of Thames Distillers, based in Clapham, London.
Smooth, refreshing and floral with a gentle hint of spiced bitters on the finish.
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Pink Gin Fizz Cocktail Recipe
Love for pink gin has seriously swept the nation, but wait - how come Gin get's it's very own pink edition?! What makes it pink? Here's the secret: Pink gin is actually just normal gin that has been flavoured with fruits. It’s similar to normal gin as it has no added sugar and contains the same alcohol by volume. However, red or pink fruits like strawberries, raspberries or red currents are added. This is what gives the gin its beautiful pink colour which makes it so Instagramable! This may be one of the easiest cocktails to serve, which makes it perfect for Girl's Nights In or pre-drinks at home! A super simple pink gin fizz cocktail recipe is a great homemade sweet treat, and can be made with pink gin or London dry gin, as the grenadine adds pink colour anyway.