Pink Gin (Strawberries & Cream flavour) 70cl Bottle

Pink Gin (Strawberries & Cream flavour) 70cl Bottle

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Our second Gin (the first is our Signature Gin), is an absolutely delicious Pink Gin.

Our Pink Gin is inspired by the Tennis and London's Summers. A Juniper forward Gin with the flavour of Strawbs and Cream, ideal for a day on Henman Hill (where this little drop was dreamt up). So, here's to the taste of Summer, whatever the time of year. Cheers!

43% ABV. As well as making an amazing Gin and Tonic, it works great in Cocktails too, Strawberry Spritz anyone?

Hand crafted in Small Batches on a small Copper Still, in Earlsfield, SW London.

This may look super sweet and yes there is sweetness but nowhere near as much as you think, this is not a Gin Liqueur. 

Please note, you must be of legal drinking age to order this product.

FREE DELIVERY 

Delivery is free and typically takes 2-3 working days.

Please note you must be over 18 to order this product.

PERFECT G&T

  • 50ml Bloody Bens Pink Gin
  • 100ml Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
  • Garnish with Strawberries

BACKGROUND STORY

Bloody Bens Pink Gin is our second Gin (the first was our Signature Gin) it's inspired by Wimbledon Tennis which is just up the road from our Distillery.

We did it as a special at our Gin Bar during the Championships, it had to Strawberries & Cream, and it was so popular that we realised that we needed to make it full time.

As well as being inspired by Wimbledon, it's a celebration of London Summers and the label represents those amazing sunsets - watching one of those with a refreshing Gin & Tonic in hand feels a rather marvellous moment.

MORE INFO

The Gin features 14 Botanicals. 

GOT ANY QUESTIONS?

If you've got any questions about Bloody Bens Pink Gin, please email ben@bloodybens.com

WHAT’S WITH THE NAME?

Bloody Bens started with our Bloody Mary Mix which was created in Ben's Canteen which was famous for Brunch. So, Brunch, Bloody Marys, Ben's Canteen... obviously leads to Bloody Bens, right. 

And when we started the Gin, we didn't want to start another bloody business so we kept the name.