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Tread softly gin: Tread Softly has launched two delicious gins featuring delicate botanicals

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Progressively eco-conscious brand Tread Softy has launched two new gins – Tread Softy Dry Gin and Tread Softly Pink Gin. Lighter in alcohol (37%) compared to most contemporary gin, this botanical range is loaded with juniper and finger limes, pink peppercorn, hibiscus, cinnamon, lemon myrtle and nutmeg.  Tread Softly Dry Gin: A traditional style of gin, infused with juniper, jasmine and native citrus characters, the palate is imbued with notes of angelica, pink rose and chamomile as well as hints of eucalypt and nutmeg.  Tread Softly Pink Gin: Featuring a delicate blush colour, Tread Softly Pink Gin is lusciously distilled with juniper and finger limes. Evocative, and aromatically charged on the nose, secondary notes provide a profusion of pink peppercorn and hibiscus, complemented by cinnamon, lemon myrtle and nutmeg.  The brand is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by planting an Australian native tree for every 6 bottles sold. Since 2019, they have planted over 500,00 trees in conjunction with Carbon Neutral.  “We recently achieved a celebratory milestones of planting 500,000 trees for Carbon Neutral. Now Tread Softly fans and gin lovers can help make a positive contribution to the environment by helping us work towards our goal of planting 1 million trees,” said Ross Marshall, general manager at Fourth Wave Wine.  Tread Softy Gin is available from liquor retailers nationally at RRP $59.99 each. 

Where to drink pink: The Lanique pop-up bar in London


Lanique, Spirit of Rose has teamed up with VAULT Festival 2020 (28th January – 22nd March), to bring bespoke rose tinted cocktails to London’s boldest arts and theatre celebration.  At The Vaults on Waterloo’s Leake Street, The Rose Bar is an immersive cocktail experience from Lanique, taking you on a journey through the drinks’ rich history. You’ll start in 18th century Prussia, through to modern day London. All in drink form. All delicious. All pink. And the best bit? It’s free to visit. For more and to plan your visit, head to the website.

50 Sips of Pink: Beefeater Gin is London’s millennial iteration of a classic spirit

Beefeater pink gin

Beefeater London unveils a tantalisingly fruity gin in a millennial-friendly shade. Following a successful launch in the UK, Beefeater Pink is coming to Australia this month, ready to be incorporated into your summer G&Ts. Urging customers to ‘Pink your Gin’, the newest addition to the Beefeater London family is a fresh, vibrant take on the much loved Beefeater London Dry Gin. Beefeater Pink’s oh-so-aesthetic rose hue is attained through the addition of strawberries after the distillation process, seamlessly mingling with the citrus and juniper notes to create a delicate and refreshing gin. Pink is a sensory experience, with the strawberry infusion lending the gin a sweet fragrance sure to delight Beefeater London’s younger audience. The newest addition to the Beefeater London repertoire, Pink follows the success of its acclaimed predecessor, Beefeater 24. Though it differs from the classic Beefeater London Dry recipe, Pink retains elements of traditional gin-making, with Master Distiller Desmond Payne drawing inspiration from Beefeater’s founder, James Borrough. A pharmacist by trade, Borrough’s creative curiosity was exemplified by his innovative concoctions, including raspberry gin, cherry brandy, British Brandy, bitters, and mint. Payne channels his spirit through constant experimentation, resulting in the creation of the strawberry infused spirit. The contemporary London inspiration behind Beefeater Pink was epitomised by the launch at Catalina Restaurant in Rose Bay. Guests were treated to a modern high tea; in lieu of cucumber finger sandwiches and deviled eggs were pork belly skewers and Welsh rabbit on sourdough toast, though the classic scones and jam provided the perfect gastronomical end… Read More