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Williams Chase Pink Grapefruit Gin

GIN020

£40.00

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Enjoy with a dash of Fever-Tree tonic on a warm summers evening in the garden!

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Williams Pink Grapefruit Gin is a fabulously fresh, citrusy spirit bursting with the taste of summer goodness.

From the very first sniff, there is a burst of fragrant grapefruit tartness and classic, robust notes of juniper. This spectacular pairing ignites the senses with the sharp, sweet citrus notes on the nose giving way to grapefruit tartness on the palate. A final big kick of grapefruit peel leaves a deliciously moreish, crisp finish with a teasing tingle on the lips.

Made with Williams GB gin as the base spirit and infused with a delicate range of eight botanicals including; juniper, orange peel, liquorice, elderflower and bitter almond before distillation in a copper gin still with pink grapefruit and pomelo peels. Part of the delicious Chase spirits portfolio and made at the Hertfordshire distillery, William Chase's latest addition is a fantastic fruit fusion.

Enjoy with a dash of Fever-Tree tonic on a warm summers evening in the garden!

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We aim to keep our vintage information up to date but the vintage displayed may not always being the vintage in stock. If you require a specific vintage please get in touch.
AllergensMay contain allergens please contact us if you require any additional information
Biodynamic No
Organic No
Natural No
Grape No
Vegan No
Oak Levels No
Vegetarian No
Vintage No
ABV 40%
Bottle Size 700ml
Wine Types Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians
Country England
Producer Chase Distillery
EW Bin Number GIN020

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