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Tinkture Rose Gin

(50cl, 44%)

Tinkture Rose Gin

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Tinkture Rose Gin Bottling Note

A London Dry style organic gin from Tinkture, Rose Gin is made with a secret blend of fresh, hand picked English roses. For extra fun, the golden amber liquid morphs into a rosy pink when mixed with tonic!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Light and delicate rose, citrus notes, with complex layers of juniper and coriander.

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Tinkture Rose Gin Reviews

Like nothing you’ve had before!

Absolutely stunning gin. Perfect with a cloudy lemonade!

3rd May 2020


One of the best gins I’ve tasted, and I have over 100 bottles. Delicate and beautiful. Well worth the cost, if you like rose.

18th August 2019

Superb Gin!

Truly one of the nicest Gins I've ever tasted! Highly recommend it for either a special occasion or just sat in the garden surrounded by flowers on a warm summers evening!

30th June 2019

Unlike anything else

Smooth and warming. Subtle with fantastic rose. Works as well neat as it does with tonic.

2nd March 2019

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