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The blueish pink flowers are traditionally given as a gift by a loved one in the hope that the recipient will not forget the giver. An expression of familial as well as romantic love, our gin makes the perfect gift to tell someone how much you are missing them.
Each bottle contains 50cl of naturally colour-changing gin.
Tasting notes: delicate Forget Me Not flowers combine with heather for a lightly floral nose. Fragrant coriander, anise and fennel dance over the palate for our signature Bombay character. Lemon Myrtle adds a soft sweet citrus reminiscent of sherbet lemon and retro icing-sugar coated travel sweets.
Serve: Perfectly paired with premium tonic & a lemon twist or edible flower. Just add tonic and watch as it turns from blue to a subtle pink.
Please note that due to licensing restrictions we can only dispatch this product to UK addresses.
We cannot accept orders for individuals outside the UK. Any alcohol for sale online is for customers resident in the United Kingdom who are 18 years and over.
Pickering’s Gin created and produced at Summerhall distillery, the first exclusive gin distillery to be established in Edinburgh for over 150 years.
Delicate floral forget me not pin cast in hand patinated bronze, accented with white freshwater pearls and cast glass flowers. The branch on the left side is articulated.
Tartan-clad Pickering's Gin with Scottish Botanicals is distilled with four indigenous Scottish botanicals - heather, milk thistle, bog myrtle and Scots Pine which lend sweet, earthy and floral notes to our Bombay recipe, for a smooth and stirring...
Inspired by the pleasure of a Pickering's Gin and tonic garnished with a slice of pink grapefruit, Pickering’s Gin presents a decadent and refreshing gin liqueur at 20% ABV.
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