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Colour-Changing Gin?

A brand new gin has been released… big woop.

There’s a new gin released every day – why should I care?

Well this one CHANGES COLOUR.

Yep, the range of ‘Secret Garden’ gins by The Old Curiosity distillery in Scotland change colour when you add tonic water to them.

 

Once unique to Sharish Blue Magic gin, the colour changing gin game has just been upped.

There are three gins in the range, Chamomile and Cornflower, Apothecary Rose and Lavendar and Echinacea.

Hamish Martin, owner of The Old Curiosity and Secret Garden brands, says he’s always enjoyed working with flowers and herbs.

The team don’t use any chemicals when growing the flowers, which means the final product is clean.

Is it just a gimmick? Or does it add a new dimension to the era of gin?

Let us know on Facebook or Twitter.

 

Secret Garden gins available now.

 

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Colour-Changing Gin?

A brand new gin has been released… big woop.

There’s a new gin released every day – why should I care?

Well this one CHANGES COLOUR.

Yep, the range of ‘Secret Garden’ gins by The Old Curiosity distillery in Scotland change colour when you add tonic water to them.

 

Once unique to Sharish Blue Magic gin, the colour changing gin game has just been upped.

There are three gins in the range, Chamomile and Cornflower, Apothecary Rose and Lavendar and Echinacea.

Hamish Martin, owner of The Old Curiosity and Secret Garden brands, says he’s always enjoyed working with flowers and herbs.

The team don’t use any chemicals when growing the flowers, which means the final product is clean.

Is it just a gimmick? Or does it add a new dimension to the era of gin?

Let us know on Facebook or Twitter.

 

Secret Garden gins available now.

 

Colour-Changing Gin?
Colour-Changing Gin?
Colour-Changing Gin?
Colour-Changing Gin?
Colour-Changing Gin?