5 Best Pineapple Gins You Should Try This Summer

Pineapple gin could definitely be considered the ideal match for summer, as pineapple is widely known for being the ultimate tropical fruit.

We’ve seen and loved pink gins and citrus gins recently, so a pineapple variant could definitely go down well, especially if you pair it with that dream holiday destination, glass in hand.

Whether you love a full-strength gin or a gin liqueur, these perfect picks are sure to make for the ultimate refreshment…

Crossbill Pineapple Gin Liqueur

A unique and strictly limited edition Gin liqueur which was meant for winter but we can definitely see it transition into the warmer months as well.

The result is a magnificently balanced liqueur, great sipped on its own or with tonic, lemonade or ginger ale.

You can pick up a bottle on Crossbill Gin for £31.09 (50cl, 40% ABV). 

Jawbox Pineapple & Ginger Gin Liqueur

Jawbox has infused its very own gin (created using eleven carefully selected botanicals) with pineapple and ginger to make a small-batch gin liqueur.

Simply add 100 ml of ginger ale to a helping of Jawbox Pineapple & Ginger Gin Liqueur and garnish with a wedge of lime for the ideal summertime refreshment!

If you’d like to purchase a bottle you can find it on Masters of Malt for £23.15 (70 cl, 20% ABV). 

Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin – That Boutique-y Gin Company

A rather cheeky new addition from That Boutique-y Gin Company: Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin.

To the nose, this gin smells like the pineapple fritter – juicy, with a touch of zestiness and light caramel, while to taste it has an indulgent harmony of flavours greeting the tongue.

The finish has lingering sweet pineapple, as well as the dry, crisp freshness of the gin, inviting you back in for another sip.

If you’d like to purchase a bottle you can find it on That Boutique-y Gin Company for £29.95 (50 cl, 40.1% ABV). 

Mor Irish Gin – Pineapple Edition

Featuring an altered botanical selection to complement the addition of pineapple (including lime, bergamot orange and lemongrass), this is an incredibly bright expression bursting with character.

According to the Chaps at the Master of Malt this is a refreshing and tangy tipple with obvious fruit influence.

Touches of savoury rosemary and juniper manage to shine through, but the star is clearly the pineapple.

If you’d like to purchase a bottle you’ll find it on Master of Malt for £26.99 (50 cl, 40% ABV). 

Faith & Sons Organic Pineapple Gin

This is a fruit-forward tipple from the Faith & Sons microdistillery in Manchester, made with organic pineapple and a host of tasty botanicals in support. Ought to go great with a variety of fruit juices and classic mixers.

If you’d like to purchase a bottle you can find it on Master of Malt for £34.95 (50 cl, 37.5% ABV). 

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