Mix it up with gin and company this Mother’s Day

In an era of super slick branding, it’s not always the case that a bottle of spirit carries both a great provenance story and a quality product – but it does with Glendalough Rose Gin. This is a type of pink gin, although its distiller, Rowdy Rooney, refers to it as “a pink gin”.

Ink Gin has become a true phenomenon in recent years. Classic Pink Gin is a decidedly dry sipper of a cocktail of crisp gin with a few dashes of aromatic bitters, stirred over ice, strained and served with a squeeze of lemon. The modern pink gin, on the other hand, was flavored by its manufacturer with raspberries, strawberries and currants, cherry blossoms, hibiscus and rose. Results can be intensely fruity or floral, often at the expense of juniper core character. “I absolutely didn’t want a heavily made pink gin,” says Rowdy. “We avoided that by using only natural botanicals. Gin drinkers want to be able to taste the gin.”

https://www.independent.ie/life/food-drink/wine/mix-it-up-this-mothers-day-with-gin-and-company-41479645.html Mix it up with gin and company this Mother’s Day

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