Hoxton Pink Gin is here and it’s a botanical beauty


These days you can drink pink gin in all its forms — strawberry, rhubarb or even spiced apple and blackcurrant — but the launch of another pink gin is always a cause for celebration.

Hoxton Gin have just unveiled their new rosehip and bergamot infused Hoxton Pink Gin. Imbued in an eye catching (what else) shade of pink, this gin is led by its floral botanicals.

Led by juniper and a “distinctive floral character,” hibiscus sugar lends a spot of citrus and bitterness. The finish, on the other hand, is predominantly sweetly floral with rosehip lingering on your palate til your next sip.

The full list of botanicals:

  • Juniper
  • Gun Powder Tea
  • Rosehip
  • Bergamot
  • Grapefruit
  • Orris
  • Liquorice
  • Chamomile
  • Elderflower
  • Hibiscus Sugar

Launched in 2012 by founder Gerry Calabrese, Hoxton Gin is all about its namesake east London district. The gin brand draws upon the many creatives synonymous with Hoxton (fashion, art, music), deeming itself a “premium gin with attitude.”

The original Hoxton gin, by the way, sounds like an absolute treat. Tropical, rum-like, Hoxton Gin is defined by wafts of grapefruit and coconut.

Hoxton Pink Gin (70cl, 40% ABV) is available on Master of Malt, £34.18


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Ketsuda Phoutinane