Spirit of Harrogate launches 50cl Yorkshire Rhubarb and Yorkshire Gooseberry Gin bottles

By Jenny Eagle contact

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Slingsby gin now comes in 50cl bottles. Photo: Slingsby.
Slingsby gin now comes in 50cl bottles. Photo: Slingsby.

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Spirit of Harrogate has launched 50cl bottles of its Slingsby Yorkshire Rhubarb and Yorkshire Gooseberry Gins across Tesco and Morrisons stores in the UK this month.

Slingsby is a premium flavoured gin, with distinctive coloured bottles produced by Allied Glass featuring green Gooseberry Gin and red Rhubarb Gin bottles making them ideal for Christmas.   

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Its award-winning Yorkshire Rhubarb and Yorkshire Gooseberry Ginshas been relaunched in smaller sizes, available to buy for £30. 

Marcus Black, co-founder/MD, Spirit of Harrogate, told BeverageDaily, the smaller size, reduced from the original 70cl, will allow the company to engage with new audiences. 

“We are now seeing more than ever that people are in fact drinking less, and due to this the quality of what they are consuming has never been so important,” he said.  

“The launch of our 50cl bottles allows us to deliver a premium product with unrivalled taste, quality and all for an accessible price – meaning customers can upgrade from their usual offering and treat themselves to something really special.​ 

“We’ve had a great year at Slingsby sponsoring key sporting events like Tour de Yorkshire, Cowes Week and BMW PGA Championship and launching two new variants. It is a brilliant end for us to launch our 50cl bottles with two retail greats like Tesco and Morrisons.” ​ 

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