Gin lovers will be tickled pink by the latest limited-edition Edinburgh Valentine’s Gin, an ideal gift for the most romantic day of the year.
Lovingly handcrafted, this exclusive small-batch gin will get you into the spirit for this day of love with its delicate floral notes and a pink hue from an infusion of rose petals and hibiscus.
Edinburgh Valentine’s Gin also has added chamomile, lemon balm, lemongrass and Kaffir lime leaves to achieve sweet, floral notes which contrast with crisp, fresh hints of citrus.
Edinburgh Gin’s head distiller, Dave Wilkinson, said: ‘At Edinburgh Gin, we love to share our passion for making truly distinctive gin. By blending botanicals including chamomile, lemon balm, lemongrass with distinctive, romantic floral tones of rose petals and hibiscus, we have created a gin that works perfectly with the indulgent flavours of the season.
‘It makes the ideal Valentine’s gift for those seeking something unique for their loved ones.’
To compliment the beautiful gin, the art deco style bottle is adorned with a rose floral design and touches of pink and gold to create a truly stylish, romantic gift.
Edinburgh Valentine’s Gin works well with tonic, soda or rose lemonade. Or, why not try it in a simple, yet indulgent cocktails, such as the sweet tasting The First Kiss, which combines it with their Raspberry Fruit Gin Liqueur (see recipe for The First Kiss below).
Just 3000 bottles of Edinburgh Valentine’s Gin (ABV 43%) are available in 70cl bottle from select specialist retailers and Edinburgh Gin distillery shop and online shop at www.edinburghgin.com at RRP £35.00.
The First Kiss
35ml Edinburgh Valentine’s Gin
15ml Edinburgh Gin’s Raspberry Fruit Liqueur
60ml pineapple Juice
Shake with ice and strain
Serve in a coupe and garnish with a raspberry
Edinburgh Gin is a multi-award winning distillery based in Scotland’s capital city, at the forefront of the art and science of contemporary gin-making in Scotland since 2010. To keep up with demand, Edinburgh Gin opened their second distillery at the Biscuit Factory in Leith in 2016.
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