Pink Gin

Originally the name of a gin and bitters cocktail, the term 'pink gin' has taken on a new meaning and become a category of its own in the past few years with blush coloured spirits gracing the glasses of novice and seasoned gin drinkers alike. Nowadays pink gin is commonly crafted by infusing gin with a pink fruit, herb or spice, with many of the most popular styles created with strawberry, rose, raspberry, grapefruit and rhubarb.