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Pin Gin is definitely ‘a thing’ for The Gin Guide

THE Gin Guide has given a big thumbs-up to Lincolnshire’s latest alcoholic offering.

Pin Gin is definitely ‘a thing’ for The Gin Guide

Pin Gin has this past month been officially launched by Alan Bottomley and his partner Amy, from a small distillery in Louth.

Now it has tickled the taste buds of Paul Jackson, editor of the online magazine, joining more than 500 reviews.

He said: “Pin Gin is a well-balanced, smooth and versatile gin. Warming spice from the black pepper and citrus, floral notes from the lavender and rose, and subtle sweetness and citrus notes from the orange and lemon peels come together beautifully.

Each time you try Pin Gin you pick up another botanical and flavour. This well-rounded character and depth of flavour makes Pin Gin ideal for both fresh, summer G&Ts, warming winter G&Ts and everything in between – a proud and worthy start to distilling in Lincolnshire.”

First taught by his father to distill whisky, Mr Bottomley traded his career as an engineer to move into the business, and it was launched at Oaklands Hall Hotel late last month.

Like Mr Bottomley, Mr Jackson – who launched The Gin Guide in 2015 – is capitalising on a huge upturn in gin’s popularity. He aims to help people to discover new gins and distilleries, find out more about their favourites, and enjoy drinking gin even more.

He is an experienced tasting host who can often be found speaking at gin events, advising gin brands and distilleries, and developing gin offerings for bars, hotels and restaurants. he has appeared on television as an expert and contributed to newspaper columns and magazine articles.

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