• Orkney Distilling's Beyla

    Orkney Distilling Launches Orkney Honey and Raspberry Pink Gin

    Orkney Distilling is set to launch a new Old Tom style pink gin that combines rare Orcadian honey with fresh Scottish raspberries, marking the fifth offering from the award-winning Kirkwall based company. Beyla – named after the Norse goddess of bees – continues Orkney Distilling’s distinctive brand themes, which draw inspiration from the Viking and seafaring heritage of the islands.

  • Pink Gin

    Pink Gin is a Thing

    Sales of pink gin have boomed in the past year. There are now upwards of 150 pink gins on the market and sales show no sign of slowing down in 2019. For those of you who are not familiar with pink gin, and I can’t believe there is a single one among you who hasn’t sipped a Barbie-pink G&T, I’m talking fruit flavoured gins, typically strawberry, raspberry, grapefruit, rose and rhubarb among others.

  • Gin Lane 1751 ~ Victoria Pink Gin
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    Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin

    Gin Lane 1751 is a collaboration between Charles Maxwell, of Thames Distillers and The Bloomsbury Club, a mysterious group of drinks industry 'veterans' who pride themselves on producing classic Victorian style gins with a 'bold predominance of juniper berries, hints of liquorice and a refreshing citrus finish'. Huzzah!