Colour changing gin!
The colour of Ink Gin is derived from the deep infusion of petals from an exotic blue flower. This natural floral infusion gives Ink Gin a remarkable and lustrous quality, most elegantly displayed in a Gin & Tonic, which changes colour from deep blue to blush pink when mixed.
Ink Gin is naturally infused with no preservatives or chemical stabilisers. Please note that organic colours don’t last forever, so Ink Gin should be stored in a dark place or enjoyed with friends sooner rather than later.
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The distillery writes "Ink Gin is a premium dry gin made with 13 organic botanicals, including a mix of traditional and Australian natives. Like all true gins, juniper berries are the largest botanical component, however the defining character of Ink Gin comes from the second tier botanicals led by locally grown lemon myrtle leaf, coriander seed, Tasmanian pepper berry and freshly peeled sundried sweet orange peel."