Borne out of a midlife crisis, Pinkster tip-toed into the gin market back in 2013. Deliciously dry with a hint of fruit and an exceptionally smooth finish, Pinkster is infused with
fresh raspberries grown locally to the company's HQ. Founder Stephen Marsh didn't set out to make a pink drink, it's only after working his way through an entire fruit bowl that he discovered Pinkster delivered the best flavour. Once he realised he was onto a bit of a winner, he quit his finance director job to focus on his passion. Pinkster makes a refreshingly different G&T when served with a raspberry and a sprig of fresh, spanked mint. Leftover raspberries from producing the gin are used in Boozy Berries; these inebriated little blighters are scrummy dipped in chocolate, or used in as sorbet. Our latest by-product is Gin Jam, using the raspberries that are too squishy for Boozy Berries. Perfect for putting the tipple in your teatime. So that's us. Welcome to the gin with the mischievous grin.