The UK’s number one premium gin brand, Whitley Neill, has announced that it is further expanding its range of award winning gins with the launch of new Pineapple and Peach variants.  

Inspired by founder Johnny Neill’s travels to the Americas, Whitley Neill Pineapple Gin is distilled with a focus on the zesty sweetness of Costa Rican Pineapples. It can be enjoyed with a simple mixer such as a light tonic, lemonade or elderflower, or even for creating a range of delicious summery cocktails such as a Pina Colada or French Martini.

Whitley Neill Peach Gin also takes inspiration from Johnny’s travels, this time from his frequent visits to South Africa, with a focus on sweet, luscious peaches that he has enjoyed during his many trips. It offers a delicious taste of summer, with a tropical peach flavour that balances well alongside citrusy notes, all rounded off with a peppery juniper. It works perfectly with a simple mixer, or for twist on a Peach Bellini.

James Stocker, Marketing Director, Halewood Artisanal Spirits, comments; “Tropical flavours are continuing to perform well in the spirits category, with our Whitley Neill Watermelon and Kiwi and Mango and Lime gins that we launched last summer proving to be some of our fastest selling flavours. Our new Pineapple and Peach gins continue to tap into this trend for tropical flavour combinations with brilliant, versatile liquids which we’re confident will prove extremely popular with consumers as we approach the spring/summer months”.

Whitley Neill Pineapple Gin is available in a 70cl format, with an ABV of 43%. It is available both on and off trade channels via Booker and Tesco. RRP £26. Whitley Neill Peach Gin is available in a 70cl format, with an ABV of 43%. It is available for all channels to order now, and is also live in Morrison’s.

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