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Craft Gin Club make it so easy for you to make some pretty astounding cocktails. I mean, just look at this Pink Gin and Violet tipple!
Each month, subscribers receive their box of goodies to make beautiful gin and mixers – but now you don’t have to subscribe to be in on the action. Instead, you can stock your fridge as and when you wish.
Craft Gin Club recently launched their online shop, where you can order syrups, gin, mixers, garnish and accessories whenever you want! Running low on your favourite tonic? Just pick up a crate – and the prices are so affordable too.
As well as individual items, you can purchase bundles for an easy night in – it’s ideal for a girls’ night once lockdown is over!
Craft Gin Club gifted me the Perfectly Pink bundle* ahead of World Gin Day on June 13, and I’ve been obsessed with it!
The bundle is £49, which gets you a 70cl bottle of Salcombe Rose Gin and six bottles of The Artisan Drinks Co.’s Violet Blossom tonic. You also receive two bags of dried lemon a rosebuds for garnish to make your G&T more instagrammable.
I added the juice of half a lemon and a dash of sugar cane syrup to create a pretty in pink summer cocktail, served over ice in a highball glass.
The Salcome Rose Gin is crisp and refreshing, with the Violet Blossom tonic bursting with elderflower and apple – it’s a really gorgeous combination.
The bottle of pink gin alone on the site is priced at £44 – so less than £50 for the bundle is a great deal in my opinion.
The French-inspired spirit features Juniper, lemon peel, orange peel, lemon verbena, rose petals, orange blossom, pink peppercorns, strawberries, angelica – and six other secret ingredients. And it’s pink – need I really say more?
Artisan Drinks Co’s branding is beautiful and makes pouring your cocktail that bit more exciting. I’m excited to try some more flavours from them!
Like the sound of Craft Gin Club? I’ve written more about them here!
Watch how I made this cocktail on my IGTV here: