PROPER PINK GIN – PINK GIN MADE PROPER
Before we go any further, we love fruit-y gins. Delicious-y juicy stuff that just screams summer, parties and summer parties. We’ve created a few fruit-y, kinda pink-y looking gins in our time, take Rhubarb Gin, Cherry Gin and Strawberry & Balsamico. But, we didn’t call them “Pink Gin” because… well, that wouldn’t make them proper!
Almost all pink gins available nowadays are actually flavoured gins using berries, rose petals or other pink-y things to make their gin pink. They might taste delicious-y but, the good people should definitely be informed that these pink gins are not proper.
HOW TO KNOW YOUR PINK GIN IS PROPER?
We fully understand the devastation this groundbreaking revelation might cause the good people, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to inform the nations and give them the tools to ensure they can distinguish between the fruit-y gins hiding behind the Pink Gin label and the Proper Pink Gin, the one made proper.