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Kintyre Pink Gin

(50cl, 40%)

Kintyre Pink Gin

Kintyre Pink Gin Bottling Note

Kintyre Pink Gin is distilled at Beinn an Tuirc, with Scottish raspberries and oats. The naturally coloured gin is reminiscent of Cranachan, a Scottish dessert that celebrated the raspberry harvest in June. Garnish with fresh raspberries and mint in a G&T, or splash into a glass of fizz for a summery tipple.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fruity raspberry freshness followed by a creamy finish from the oats.

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Kintyre Pink Gin Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
17th November 2019
love it!
Love this with Aromatic tonic.
RebMM, United Kingdom
9th July 2019
Beautiful, light and subtle.
A very light pink gin, perfect to mix with fizz or on it’s own with tonic.
Master of Malt Customer
24th May 2019
Pink Perfection
Just experienced this at The Clubhouse #wheninRome
Very nice. Has to be delicate to get away with it as a pink and this does that. Might procure a bottle to take back to Harrogate and add to the collection.
Diane M, United Kingdom
27th March 2019
Good experience
Very different taste but what a surprise tasting raspberries first then smooth oats. Mixed with lemonade it was very pleasant worth trying for a different gin experience

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