31/07/2017
Nothing is safe from millennial pink.

Words by

Tara Smith

Nothing is safe from millennial pink.

We’ve seen countless collections, shoes, and even card games fall victim to the world’s obsession with pink. We didn’t even mind when BeautyBlender released a marble version of its already-pink sponge.

True, pink alcohol has also been around for a while now. We grew up on pink Vodka Cruisers, just like everybody else.

The latest brand to jump on the rosy trend is Gordon’s Gin, having just released a fruitier, sweeter version of its dry gin.

While it’s now available in the UK, there’s no word on an Australian release just yet.

But fear not, we’ve rounded up a few Aus-friendly versions to update your Instagram feed with rose-tinted G&Ts.

1. Pinkster – A dry gin with a smooth finish and hints of raspberry. Available here.

2. Edgerton – Primarily notes of pomegranate, with a unique balance of citrus and spice. Available here.

3. The Bitter Truth – A blend of gin and bitters, this one is dominated by Juniper, surrounded by flavours of liquorice and fennel. Available here.

4. Settlers  – Aromatics of rose petals and raspberries followed by a crisp acidity. Available here.

Alternatively, if pink isn't your style you can always stick to ant gin.

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