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Hospitality Pineapple and Pepper Gin supports on-trade

English brand Hospitality Gin has bottled a pineapple and pepper-flavoured expression and will donate proceeds from its sale to the UK on-trade.

Hospitality Gin has released a pineapple and pepper-flavoured variant

The release is the first in Hospitality Gin’s Bartender Series, which aims to showcase ‘unconventional flavour combinations’.

Distilled at the Cooper King Distillery in Yorkshire, Hospitality Gin Bartender Series #1 Pineapple and Pepper Gin is made with freeze-dried pineapple, green bell pepper and pink peppercorn, as well as other botanicals including juniper, lemon thyme, orange blossom and orange peel.

The gin is described as having a ‘savoury, earthy hit of juniper and green bell pepper’, and juicy, tropical aromas. On the palate, there are flavours of pineapple, lemon thyme and orange blossom, as well as a ‘perfumed sherbert tingle’ from the pink peppercorns.

Bottled at 42% ABV, Hospitality Gin Bartender Series #1 Pineapple and Pepper is available to buy through the brand’s website in 700ml and 500ml bottles, which are priced at £37 (US$50) and £30 (US$41) respectively.

The gin is also available from Master of Malt, Spirit Store and local stockists.

Hospitality Gin was founded by Tom Lord as a a not-for-profit brand. Since its launch, Hospitality Gin has donated proceeds from its sales to The Drinks Trust and Hospitality Action, and expects to raise at least £10,000 (US$13,500) per year.

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