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Two glasses of pink rhubarb gin cocktail with rhubarb ribbon garnish




Photographer: Katie Hammond

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Food & wine editor


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!
Buy the rhubarb gin

“A refreshing blend of
PRESSED rhubarb juice and
traditional Harrington dry gin”