Pretty, pink and perfect for the warmer months ahead, we've fallen in love with this fruity spirit
from British distillers, Warner Edwards
We can’t guarantee good weather, but we can supply some good sunshine vibes with a glass of our pink rhubarb gin.
Field-grown rhubarb is one of those quintessentially British crops that appears from April to September – so when it arrives in a flurry of tall, rose-coloured stems, you need to snap it up while you can, in any way you can. Luckily for lovers of the sharp-sweet fruit, there’s a new way to enjoy it with this delicate rhubarb-infused gin from Hertfordshire distillers, Warner Edwards. A truly regal tipple, it’s made using a crop of rhubarb that was originally grown in the kitchen garden of Buckingham Palace during the reign of Queen Victoria.
Regardless of whether you have a connection to the crown or not, serving up a measure of this over ice mixed with some rhubarb syrup and topped up with prosecco will make anyone feel a bit like royalty. Cheers to rhubarb!
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