Mirabeau has just launched their Dry Rosé Gin just in time for World Gin Day!

Taking inspiration from the abundance of botanicals found along the French Riviera, Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin redefines the normally sugary pink gin category, with a dry, yet highly aromatic style.

Bottled in a beautiful unique gin bottle, Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin is distilled with a touch of its much-loved Rosé wine. It makes a delicious Mediterranean G&T and delectable cocktails, including pink versions of some of the classics, such as Rosé Negronis and Rosé Gin Martinis.

Unlike others in the growing pink gin category, Mirabeau has used grape spirit, made from upcycled grape skins after they have been pressed during the winemaking process, as its base. The addition of its award-winning Rosé as an element in the macerate of botanicals, confers a lovely roundness to the final blend. Botanical ingredients evocative of the French Riviera, add further aromatic layers, a delicious complexity and luxurious texture. The result is a pale pink gin, with a unique style, bringing a burst of aromas to captivate the increasing numbers of gin lovers worldwide.

 

Mirabeau Dry Rosé Gin is gluten-free, 100% naturally flavoured with no residual sugar, and made in France with carefully selected botanicals. It is available in Dan Murphy’s and BWS Australia-wide, RRP $79.99.

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