Pink pepper gin

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3 to 5 working days


Pink Pepper

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Average rating:

(based upon 4 reviews)

New Favourite Gin...
Submitted on 2016-02-18

I tried Pink Pepper at GinFestival In Edinburgh in October 2015 and apparently raved about it all night. Unknown to me, my wife sneaked off and bought me a bottle for Christmas. Best present ever!
This gin is fresh and pink peppercorns give a warm and slightly spicy taste and this is mellowed with hints of vanilla. It's incredibly smooth and a gin to be savoured. I like it with lots of ice, Fever Tree tonic and grapefruit peel. Go on, treat yourself - you won't regret it!

Peppery goodness!
Submitted on 2016-02-19

I tried the Pink Pepper gin at the the Gin Festival and WOW, I had to go back for more!
The sweet peppery tones combined with the crispness of the gin is perfect when combined with a good tonic.
Such a smooth gin with a bold, but not overpowering, flavour. I love it.
Great if you want to try something different and unique (and you like pink pepper!)
My new favourite gin.

A Passionate Paean to Pink Pepper
Submitted on 2016-02-23

Picked Pink Pepper per my particular predilection for precious potions pungent with a patisserie piquancy and proudly produced by people with perfect palates. Prefer it to the preponderance of pleasure-providing products present at pubs and other places of potation. Please purchase promptly; this panacea presents no problems and is perfect for professional and probationary participants in the practice of the partaking of pleasurable produce.

Pink Pepper

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The producers of Pink Pepper, Audemus, are based in the heart of Cognac, France. They draw inspiration from traditional distilling techniques, blended with a modern alchemy and a passion for innovation. With a small batch production philosophy, coupled with an imaginative blend of ingredients, they create unconventional drinks that are proudly contemporary.

Pink Pepper is an intensely aromatic and unique gin – one which will age and evolve, both in the bottle and in the glass. When the bottle is young, or when diluted or chilled, fresh and spicy notes of pink pepper and juniper are prominent. Over time however, the liquid evolves and warms up, allowing notes of patisserie – vanilla, tonka and honey – to come to the forefront.