Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin

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Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin

70cl | 40% ABV | England

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Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin (how’s that for a name!) is a celebration one an old school Navy cocktail – the Pink Gin. Rather than super sweet fruit, the pink comes from an infusion of aromatic bitters.

This is a complex, bitter gin with a hugely aromatic profile and a roundedness that elevates it to premium status, despite the price point. It makes for a really unique and interesting G&T, especially when mixed with Pink Peppercorn Tonic.

Key Flavours

"Pink Gin cocktail inspired (think dry gin with spiced aromatic bitters), not pink coloured fruit kind of pink gin is the intention here. Lovely in with tonic and a lemon zest as a garnish."

About this product

Made in collaboration with Thames Distillery, Gin Lane 1751 is made on a traditional pot still, with juniper, lemon, star anise, orris root, Seville orange, angelica and cassia in the line-up. After distillation, bitters are added to the mix.

Gin Lane 1751 is made up of a somewhat mysterious consortium who seek to explore the archives of Gin (even at its most unsavoury moment in history during the Craze) by creating classically styled tipples.

Thames Distillers, based in South London, is a contract distillery responsible for creating so many of today’s gins. Distiller Charles Maxwell is a dab hand, able to perfect a gin in a couple of tries. If he’s made it, it’s good.

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