Already thinking about summer days spent in beer gardens under cloudless blue skies while enjoying a refreshing G&T? Because we are, especially after coming across the Dancing Dragontail Gin.
The use of some unusual roots adds complexity and gives this gin a sweet, warm mouth feel that will keep you wanting more.
The Dancing Dragontail Gin features juniper from Kossovo complemented by green cardamom and pink grapefruit.
This could pair up nicely in a decorated glass to compliment the Dancing Dragontail Gin’s look. Pour this tipple over some ice with premium tonic and a twist of lime with a shaving of lemongrass to complement the cardamom.
Another addition to the Gin Kitchen’s intriguing tipples has been the Blushing Monkey Pink Gin with it being their unique interpretation of the pink gin revolution – their “amethyst portal to the divine” as they refer to it.
This is a juniper-led but gorgeously floral gin with a delightful sweet (but not too sweet) fruity twist by macerating a mischievous Gutsy Monkey with a bashful cluster of sweet black grapes!
With the addition of tonic, the initially translucent Blushing Monkey transforms into a pearlescent pink elixir. Our favourite serve is to add the tonic first so the gin forms a candifloss-coloured cloud.
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