Looking for the best pink gins to buy? Read on for our recommendations. Want to try more gins? Click here for our round up of the best British gins, or try making your own pink gin with our rhubarb gin recipe.
From rosé to vermouth, blush-coloured drinks have soared in popularity in the last few years, particularly when it comes to gin. Using a variety of botanicals and flavourings to colour the spirit, pink gins range from fruity and sweet liqueurs to delicate dry numbers. They’re surprisingly versatile – use them in G&Ts, spritzes and negronis.
The best pink gins
Côtes de Provence rosé wine producer use their own grape spirit and Provençal botanicals to create this elegant pale pink gin. Soft and rounded in character, it's heady with floral tones of rose and lavender, subtle juniper and layers of citrus and herbaceous notes. Try in a delicate martini.
This Cornish gin is deliciously tart and fruity, with a hint of appetising bittersweetness. We think it would make a delicious pink negroni with rosé vermouth and Campari.
Created by distilling Chase gin with grapefruit and pomelo peel, this is a super-fragrant spirit, full of zesty tartness and well-balanced bitter notes.
Produced using distilled pinot noir grape skins left over from vineyard Chapel Down’s grape harvest, this is a smooth, juniper-led number that has a delicate nose and a rounded flavour with light fruit and vanilla notes. One to choose if you prefer a classic gin rather than a flavoured one.
Sweet enough to treat more like a liqueur, this had an appealing sweet-shop-like rhubarb and custard character, with subtle ginger heat. Enjoy served neat, over ice.
A berry-led gin with prominent strawberry flavours, this had a dessert-like aroma and a syrupy mouthfeel – best for those who like their pink gins super sweet.