Raspberries give the wonderful Pinkster Gin its refreshing flavour profile (and delicately rosy hue), but what happens to the berries after they’re done infusing in the gin? Fret not, dear reader – they don’t get abandoned by the side of the road or anything like that – they get popped in jars and become Pinkster Boozy Berries! The gin-infused raspberries make get cocktail garnishes, and they’re also rather delicious in puddings…ABV: 28%
Ingredients: Rasberries, Pinkster Gin
Pinkster consist of British gin with a sublime pink colour. The founder started off in the field of wine and beer, but soon found it wasn’t the world for him. As a fan of sloe liqueurs he soon began experimenting at home with assorted fruits and also different spirit strengths.Although pink wasn’t the intended colour, it was just a product of the best tasting fruit, raspberries.Growing from humble beginnings and becoming a hugely popular gin recognised by most in the country.At Gates Farm Shop, we stock a selection of their products including gift packs which are ideal this festive season.