Whitley Neil's new Pink Apricot Gin sounds delicious

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Photo credit: Whitley Neil Gin
Photo credit: Whitley Neil Gin

As much as we love cream liqueur's and light up festive bottles, summer is undeniably the best season for booze launches. All those fruity and fragrant new flavoured spirits to enjoy, sweet ciders and handy canned cocktails, the long sunny days make for great socialising and we all need great drinks to go with it!

The latest launch from Whitley Neill is ticking all of our summer boxes. Whitley Neill Pink Apricot Gin just joined the brand's summer collection, sounding far too tasty we can't wait to try it. Made with the very best Turkish pink apricots the gin promises the rich fragrant aromas of ripening apricots and is described as: "A deliciously sweet and juicy gin with delicate hints of ripe plums and peaches complemented by notes of pear which results in a faint hint of tartness on the finish."

The new gin is inspired by founder Johnny Neill’s travels to Turkey, where he discovered the delights of lush pink Turkish apricots. It joins favourites like the Rhubarb and Ginger Gin, Original London Dry, Blood Orange Gin and Raspberry Gin.

Makers recommend serving with a simple mixer like tonic or soda, or used to whip up delicious cocktails like a Ginsecco or a Tom Collins aka Pink Apricot and Peach Collins (scroll down for the full recipes).

Whitley Neill Pink Apricot Gin classic cocktails:

Pink Apricot & Peach Collins

  • 50ml Whitley Neill Pink Apricot Gin

  • 25ml lemon juice

  • 20ml sugar syrup

  • Top with white peach & jasmine soda

  • Serve in a highball glass with ice and an edible flower to garnish

Pink Apricot Ginsecco

  • 25ml Whitley Neill Pink Apricot Gin

  • 10ml lemon juice

  • Top with Prosecco Rosé

  • Serve in a flute with a slide of pink apricot or peach to garnish

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