Gordon's Premium Pink Distilled Gin, 70cl


70cl  37.5% SKU 765177

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A gin with a hint of raspberries and strawberries

Gordon's Premium Pink Distilled Gin should be on every gin lovers’ list. Offering a slightly sweeter alternative to regular Gordon’s, it’s both light and refreshing. It balances the classic, juniper taste of Gordon's with the sweetness of raspberries and strawberries and a tang of redcurrant.

Gordon's Pink is crafted to balance the classic juniper-led taste of Gordon's with the sweetness of raspberries and strawberries with the tang of redcurrant.


An irresistible blend of juniper, raspberries and strawberries.


Absolutely clear on account of the triple distillation.


A delicate, fruity sweetness and the tang of redcurrant.


Super smooth finish.

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A Classic Gordon’s G&T – with a fruity twist.

Ingredients: 50 ml Gordon’s Pink; 150ml Indian tonic water; ice; strawberries to garnish. Glass: copa glass. Method: Fill the copa glass with ice. Pour 50ml of Gordon's Pink over the ice, top up with tonic. Garnish with a few strawberries, then give it all a final stir. Alcohol units: 1.9

A bit of history

Almost 250 years ago, Alexander Gordon started his distillery in London and set about creating the recipe for a brilliant-tasting gin. Gordon's high quality and distinctive juniper flavour has come to define the taste of the classic G&T. Gordon's today is a gin that's enjoyed, not dissected. It's the perfect gin to start a Friday evening or a Tuesday night catch-up with friends, where we share a moment and have a laugh with people we love.

Interesting facts

On every bottle of Gordon's gin, you'll find an image of a boar's head. Legend has it that a member of the Gordon clan saved the King of Scotland from a wild boar when out hunting. Ever since the Gordon family have sported a boar's head on their coat of arms."

A bit of history