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Beam Suntory-owned Sipsmith has unveiled the third launch in its Sipping Sequence: Sipspresso Espresso Gin.
The newest addition to the vary has been launched in time for Worldwide Espresso Day (1 October), and joins the gin collection’ Strawberry Smash and Chilli & Lime variants.
Sipsmith partnered with speciality espresso firm Pact Espresso to craft the restricted version gin, utilizing the agency’s Fruit and Nut Espresso.
Jared Brown, grasp distiller, mentioned: “As with all of our progressive restricted version Sipping Sequence gins, we crafted Sipspresso Espresso Gin to our precise requirements.
“We ensured the identical degree of uncompromising dedication to high quality and sustainability in our espresso provider Pact Espresso who work with farmers from three continents to ethically supply the best components for his or her premium espresso.”
Pact’s espresso mix was chosen for its mixing of Brazilian and Rwandan floor espresso beans, that are blended with cinnamon and contemporary vanilla to supply a ‘full-bodied’ flavour.
“Layering Pact’s Brazilian and Rwandan floor espresso with cinnamon and contemporary vanilla on prime of our unique London Dry Gin base creates a delightfully wealthy, heat and indulgent gin with a clean and balanced end.”
The 37.5% ABV bottling makes use of Sipsmith London Dry Gin as its spine, which is crafted in copper pot stills on the model’s London distillery. Containing notes of chocolate, liquorice and vanilla, it brings collectively actual blended espresso and gin.
The ‘wealthy and warming’ gin is beneficial served in a Sipspresso Martini, a twist on the basic Espresso Martini, or in a gin and tonic topped with orange zest.
Sipsmith Sipspresso Espresso Gin is offered for RRP £28.50 (US$38.95) in UK shops Tesco and Waitrose, in addition to on Amazon and Sipsmith’s web site.
Sipsmith just lately unveiled its first alcohol-free expression, called Free Glider.