This new pink gin has a delicious twist of raspberry


If there’s one type of gin that only continues to grow in popularity, it’s pink gin. Who can blame us for loving the blush-hued tipple? It just tastes so delicious, and ok, looks fantastic for those who love to show off on social media.

That’s why we’re seriously excited to learn Copper House have launched their very own pink gin. This brand new take on Copper House Dry Gin has been infused with raspberry to create an amazingly vibrant fruity drink.

It evens comes in gloriously bright packaging that reminds us of a good time at the fun fair. There’s even an accompanying ‘G&T style ice slushie’ to enjoy. How about adding a lot of crushed ice to your serve?

Alternatively, go for a simple G&T: Serve on ice with tonic, fresh mint and raspberries for the perfect drink to enjoy at any time of year.

If you already love Copper House, then you’ll know the quality to expect here. Made from grain to glass using East Anglian malted barley, surprisingly the distillery’s Dry Gin actually starts life as an unhopped beer, then a vodka at 96% abv!

Of course, it’s gin’s trademark ingredient: juniper berries that gives it identity. Alongside five other botanicals: orris root, coriander seed, cardamom pod, sweet orange peel and hibiscus flower, it then becomes  Copper House Dry.

This latest addition builds on that to add a fun, pink twist to the already fabulous gin.

Sounds delicious indeed!

Adnams Copper House Pink Gin retails at £29.99 per 70cl bottle (40% abv) on the Adnams Southwold website.


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Ashleigh Gibbs