Win a bottle of Winter Spiced Gin, a festive-inspired tipple from Manchester Gin
Win a bottle of Winter Spiced Gin, a festive-inspired tipple from Manchester Gin.
The Spirit of Manchester Distillery, home to Manchester Gin, has released its first limited edition festive-inspired tipple, Winter Spiced Gin. This is a unique full strength spirit, at 40 per cent ABV, and the first of Manchester Gin’s award-winning range to have both a hot and cold serve recommendation. The winter warmer has been created with the classic flavours of Yuletide in mind to transport your taste buds to the festive season with every sip.
This fun, festive expression has a beautiful blend of orange and cinnamon which gives each sip that citrus kick that every gin fanatic loves, followed by a sensationally warm, spicy taste that’s fitting for a Christmas tipple. Complementing these dominant flavours are notes of clove and nutmeg, creating a tipple packed with nostalgic Yuletide spices. Underpinning these festive botanicals are the Manchester Gin Signature botanicals, dandelion and burdock, which give a robust depth of flavour to the gin.
These wonderfully winter flavours are perfectly wrapped up in Manchester Gin’s iconic hexagon embossed bottle, ready to be enjoyed. A delicious winter warmer, this gin can be served hot with an aromatic tonic syrup for a sweet citrus yet spicy sip. Complete this Christmas concoction with a twist of flamed orange peel and a cinnamon stick for the ultimate festive kick. Alternatively, Winter Spiced Gin is just as lovely served cold. Simply pour slowly over a few ice cubes, add your aromatic tonic, garnish and enjoy.
For your chance to win a bottle of Winter Spiced Gin, sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘Winter Spice Gin’ and remember to include your name and address in the body of the email.
Closing date: December 17, 2020.
A winner will be picked at random and notified by December 17, 2020.
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