Gin is a drink i’m late to the game in trying. Recently I’ve been expanding my drink range and gin is one that’s been working its way up to one of my favourites, so when I saw this Unicorn Tears raspberry gin I just had to try it.
The Master of Malt website says
“I imagine unicorn tears are not that easy to obtain, so it’s worth appreciating the amount of effort that went into creating Unicorn Tears Raspberry Gin Liqueur. This shimmery liquid boasts a bright pink hue and should make for a marvellous core to an array of tasty cocktails. Just don’t ask how they extracted the tears from the unicorns”
This magical gin liqueur is bursting with the tart sweetness of succulent raspberries, expertly teamed up with tangy citrus, spicy juniper berries and subtle notes of liquorice to deepen the flavour and keep gin connoisseurs guessing.
Disappointed beyond consolation with their sad succulent raspberry meal plan, our unicorns cried rare extra-potent pink tears teeming with double the iridescent shimmer. We’re not entirely sure how the sadness translates to more sparkles and higher opacity but our team of in-house Unicorn Scientists confirm it’s Legit Science and not something someone made up.
As per the original formula, raspberries aside, the unicorns were treated impeccably. Feeding an animal some delicious plump bittersweet berries is not cruelty. That said, the least you could do is buy some for their troubles. Swish it around, unleash a torrent of sparkly glitter, sip, and spare a thought for the unicorns that gave their tears so that you could get crunk.
Now I have been working 7 days a week for the last 2 months so this weekend I’ll be trying some of this gin and reporting back on my instagram page @geekgirlripley
Do you have any recipe ideas for me?
This bottle was from Master of Malt.
“Master of Malt is an award-winning online spirits retailer with a proud heritage of 30 years in whisky retail especially. From humble beginnings in a shop in Royal Tunbridge Wells (no longer a thing…), we have painstakingly compiled our vast catalogue of single malt Scotch whiskies, fine spirits and all manner of other drinks and cocktail ingredients over three decades to provide one of the most expansive ranges you could hope to find anywhere in the world. And if we haven’t got it? Well we’ll do our best to find it for you, from rare malts to obscure brands.”