The Old Curiosity to launch colour-changing gin for Valentine’s Day

By Jenny Eagle contact

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The Old Curiosity gin. Photo: The Old Curiosity.
The Old Curiosity gin. Photo: The Old Curiosity.
The Old Curiosity is launching a colour-changing gin for Valentine’s Day.

The Apothecary Rose gin will be sold with a free bag of hand-picked, pink rose petals, and changes from pale gold to pink when tonic is added. 

Along with floral botanicals of apothecary rose, the gin comprises base botanicals of juniper angelica root and leaf, winter savoury and coriander. 

The Old Curiosity Distillery is the most recent project from Hamish Martin, a Scottish herbologist and owner of the Secret Herb Garden – a specialist herb nursery on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Our delicious Apothecary Rose gin offers a little magic for Valentine’s Day. It turns an incredible shade of pink, and it looks just perfect when served with a scattering of lovingly grown rose petals from our garden​,” said Martin. 

The Apothecary Rose gin is available from The Old Curiosity website and specialist off-licences, retailers and outlets in Scotland and from Harvey Nichols nationwide from Februray 1 until March 31, 2019.

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