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Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin (That Boutique-y Gin Company)

(70cl, 46%)

Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin (That Boutique-y Gin Company)

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Pineapple Gin - TBGC Bottling Note

We present you with a quandary. You wish to enjoy the fantastic combination of pineapple and gin, but you don't fancy hacking away at a pineapple and sticking a fistful of pineapple chunks into your glass (which is understandable, as pineapples are notoriously cumbersome and pointy). What to do? That Boutique-y Gin Company presents you with a solution to this quandary - Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin!

A commonplace tipple of the '20s, pineapple gin fell off the map and was lost to time for a while. That Boutique-y Gin Company have rescued it from that fate and given it a 21st century twist. Whole pineapples are roasted on a spit with Demerara sugar until they're gloriously caramelised, and they're then combined with a particularly bold gin, helping to cut through the sweet, toasty pineapple. Serve over ice, or with some Ting if you can get your hands on it.

Much like a fine wine, some sediment may evolve in the bottle over time. This is due to the natural interaction between the real fruit ingredients and the spirit, and does not affect the ever-evolving flavour of the gin. You can pour the gin off the sediment, or simply shake it in.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Authentic pineapple sweetness, with waves of sharp citrus and slightly earthy juniper. Sugar caramelising in a pan with a stick of cinnamon.

Palate: Mouthwatering tropical fruit right from the start. Hints of honey, orange blossom and oily juniper. A couple of enjoyably sour pineapple notes develop on the mid-palate - perhaps some Lilt, too...

Finish: Lightly charred sugar, cardamom and lasting fresh pineapple drenched in caramel notes.

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Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin (That Boutique-y Gin Company) Reviews

Love this gin!

This is the only gin I drink now, love the caramelised pineapple flavour, great with tonic and a load of crushed ice!

18th August 2019

Worst I've tasted - out of MANY.

Recently tried this gin at a gin festival. Hands down worst gin I've ever tasted. Smelled and tasted like dog food. I couldn't even drink it.

11th August 2019

Live it! Love it! Love it!

From someone who 'didnt' like Gin at all .... this particular Gin has changed all that and I've now started experimenting. This will always be my favourite thankyou so much

9th July 2019

Very good.

Great flavour spirits.

25th June 2019

Excellent & different

Hardest part was finding the right mixer. After many tries :) ended up with Ginger beer and it was perfect

22nd June 2019

Delicious!

This is very sweet for something at 46%! It is unmistakably pineapple and brown sugar and is absolutely delicious. Mix it with bitter lemon or ginger ale and pretend you're on holiday!

15th June 2019

Surprised me

I don’t usually like sweet gins but I was really surprised by this! It’s fruity and and tangy and unlike other gins I’ve tried it doesn’t taste artificial at all. I usually pair gins with fever tree tonic but is AMAZING with ginger ale which makes a nice change. I’ll definitely be drinking this all summer.

4th June 2019

poor

The worst gin i have ever tasted
i own a gin bar and have over 250 gins and this tastes like sherry than anything else
very poor , i feel this company should spend more time developing there unique flavours instead of creating so so many poor ones

30th May 2019

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