Grenall's Gin

Flavoured gin liqueurs are tipped to be the next big gin lover’s obsession

Once upon a time, G&Ts were the drink of choice for older members of the family (think, Grandma) but over the last few years, we’ve watched the world reignite its explosive love affair with gin and now Grandma is looking pretty cool and way ahead of her time. 

And there’s no sign of the gin revolution slowing down with one of Britain’s’ oldest distillers, Greenall’s, introducing two fruity flavored gin liqueurs that are guaranteed to entice established and new to gin drinkers to try something a little different. 

Greenall’s Green Apple and Hibiscus Gin Liqueur: A modern flavour profile, this liqueur perfectly balances the crisp green apple, which is synonymous with English summers, with the sweet-sour tanginess of hibiscus. 

Greenall’s Green Apple and Hibiscus Gin Liqueur

Greenall’s Blood Orange, Fig and Ginger Gin Liqueur: Balancing the intense blood orange with the luscious sweetness of fig and the zest spiciness of ginger, this liqueur offers new gin consumers a taste of gin with modern and appealing, complementary flavours.

Greenall’s Blood Orange, Fig and Ginger Gin Liqueur

The new liqueur-style gins are designed to be served with soda water; on the rocks; or with sparkling wine, adding a fruity twist to champagne cocktails. The liqueurs are only 20% alcohol as opposed to the Original London Dry Gin which is 37.50% alcohol.

The Blood Orange liqueur is available for your drinking pleasure at Dan Murphy’s ($33.99) and select BWS stores ($35). At this stage, the Green Apple liqueur is only available at Dan Murphy’s.

Greenall’s Green Apple Collins

  • 50ml Greenall’s Green Apple and Hibiscus Liqueur
  • 25ml fresh lemon juice
  • Soda water
  • Mint garnish

Method: Mix the liqueur, fresh lemon juice and soda water. Garnish with mint.

Greenall’s Spritz

  • 50ml Greenall’s Blood Orange, Fig and Ginger Liqueur
  • 100ml Prosecco
  • Orange peel
  • Raspberry garnish

Method: Introduce the liqueur into a spritzer glass, then top with prosecco. Rub the orange peel on the edge of the glass for fragrance, then add a raspberry to garnish.

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