Liverpool’s Fabulous Gin Company launches new all-natural pink gin

Entrepreneurs behind the brand – Lisa Copp and Gaynor Purcell – say the ‘Fabulous Pink Gin’ boasts reduced sugar content and low calories despite its delicious sweet strawberry flavour

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Gaynor Purcell and Lisa Copp, directors of Fabulous Gin Company. Picture by Gareth Jones

 

Fabulous Gin Company is celebrating the arrival of its very first all-natural pink gin.

The entrepreneurs behind the Liverpool venture – Lisa Copp and Gaynor Purcell – say the ‘Fabulous Pink Gin’ boasts reduced sugar content and low calories despite its delicious sweet strawberry flavour.

They are also behind the North West’s Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festivals, which offer guests a chance to sample a selection of over 120 gins in locations such as the iconic Royal Liver Building and St. Helens Town Hall.

Lisa said: “We are excited to unveil our very first gin as part of our company expansion and what better way to start than with a pink gin, full of fresh, fruity, strawberry notes that are perfect for the warmer weather.

We’ve been the proud organisers of Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festivals across the North West for over four years now, working with some fantastic gin suppliers at each event that we host across the region.

“As the popularity of these festivals grew, we saw an opportunity to introduce a gin of our own and we knew that we wanted to create something bespoke that was unlike anything else on the market.

“With the help of our London-based distillery and our own secret recipe, we’ve developed a product that delivers on great taste without artificial additives.”

Fabulous Pink Gin is a premium 40% spirit and contains seven botanicals including the likes of Lemon Peel, Orris Root and Blind Flower Oil to name a few. The range also includes gin balloon glasses, coasters and reusable shopping bags, perfect for gin-lovers across the country.

Tickets are now available for the Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festival, which will take place on October 19 at the Royal Liver Building and November 29 and 30 at St. Helens Town Hall. Click here for more information.

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