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Sometimes, your customers will want something a little sweeter with their tonic. Inspired by an original Gordon’s recipe from the 1880s, Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin uses the natural flavours of berries and currants to give it its sweet and blushing tone.

What is a Pink Gin?

Pink gin was the creation of the British Royal Navy in the 1800s. Angostura bitters were widely used by sailors as a remedy for sea sickness. The problem was the taste was so bitter that it was almost unpalatable. To fix this, sailors decided to mix the bitters with gin to stomach the mixture. Hence, pink gin was invented.

Don't worry, the method has changed, so you can breathe a sigh of relief. Gordon’s uses only the finest and freshest fruit flavours to guarantee the highest quality berry taste.

JUST HOW TASTY IS Gordon’s Premium Pink?

The answer is very tasty! Gordon's Premium Pink is what everyone wants when meeting old friends - the perfect catch up drink.

Flavour Characteristics:

Tasting Notes:

Based on an original recipe from 1880, this gin is a delicate shade of rose pink. An indulgent combination of rich vanilla and sweet, succulent berries. Graceful and buoyant with a distinctive, dry, raspberry zing.

Diageo Bar Academy | Interesting Facts about Premium Pink Gin


Did we mention it was pink? Not only that, it is built on the original Gordon’s recipe of the 1880s - it's tried and tested. Perfectly sweet, it has a crafted balance of berries and red currant. It is:

Perfect for attracting a new set of customers with a colourful and flavourful gin – shall we?

Gordon’s Pink Gin Perfect Serve

Ready for a plot twist? Everyone knows the perfect serve for Gordon's Premium Pink is tonic and ice, but there is a quick way to spice up your cocktail. Add a dash of prosecco to your Gordon’s Pink and Tonic to make a Gordon’s Pink Spritz that will be a crowd pleaser!

Want to know more about Gordon’s fresh gins? Why not check out Gordon’s Sicilian Lemon to get even more refreshing cocktail ideas to serve at your bar.

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