Tinker Gin Pink
|Distilled in||Yorkshire, England|
|Garnish with||Strawberries & Mint|
Refreshing, light and delicate, with a beautiful burst of fresh strawberries, Tinker Gin Pink is the perfect choice for a fruity G&T.
This gorgeous and delicious Pink strawberry edition is made using Tinker Gin as a base and, as with the original, the distillers ‘Tinkered’ with the recipe until they got the perfect balance! Berries and liquorice are added to traditional citrus before delicate strawberries are infused for a crisp, soft flavour.
The fresh strawberries lend a natural sweetness, which is balanced brilliantly by gentle sherbet and well rounded elderberry. For the perfect serve, add lots of ice to a balloon glass, then tonic, strawberries and mint to release that fruity flavour. If you have a sweeter tooth and love a sparkling cocktail, try Tinker Gin Pink with a splash of prosecco and your favourite fruit liqueur, beautiful.
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Having just attended the Gin Festval at Peterborough Cathedral I can honestly say that Tinkers Pink is just the best. There were other 'strawberry' gins on offer and many tasted very medicinal but this blew me away. Really super, combined with Fevertree Mediterranean Tonic. I've also see your tips for adding Proseco (my other fav tipple) and then your Pink Tinker Pinker Paradise cocktail which I can't wait to try. Easy to put this on my Christmas list!!
Having just visited Peterborough Cathedral for the Gin Festival, we sampled many different flavours of gin including various strawberry ones and the Tinker Gin Pink is simply the best. No arguments. All of our group agreed and it has defintely become our new favourite. Combined with a Fevertree Mediterranean Tonic it was lush and I can't wait to try the Pink Tinker Pinker Paradise cocktail.
Firstly, what a fabulous Masterclass! It was more like a stand up comedian doing a damn good show and certainly held everyone's attention through the entire presentation. Secondly, the gin itself is, well, perfectreally. The original, along with the pink gin are both flavoursome and easy to drink with most flavours of tonic depending on your taste. I can't say that the taste is original, but sometimes, after drinking every gin available to mankind (or that's what it feels like after an evening at a gin festival) you just want a good drinkable, tasty, gin and tonic. Tinker is just that! Thank you for a good evening and a great gin.