Collagin, the original gin with added collagen that caused a media frenzy worldwide, has just announced the launch of a limited edition Pink Rose version for the summer season. With only 800 bottles made, they will be available via NotOnTheHighStreet (now) and Ocado (in August) while stocks last.
Deliciously smooth and impeccably fragrant, Collagin Rose has the addition of oil steam distilled rose petals, resulting in an elegant and refined flavour with a floral, sweet finish. Collagin Rose hosts 11 botanicals including pink grapefruit and orris, as well as the innovative addition of pure collagen.
Co Founder Camilla Brown comments: “We are on a mission to beautify the world of spirits and create a gin that could sit on a back bar but also a beauty counter. The Original Collagin has gone down a storm, so when people were begging us for a pink gin we decided to give them what they wanted. With the addition of the rose, she still stays subtle and smooth but will appeal to gin lovers with a sweeter tooth. She also looks stunning with her matching pink hue to the bottle.”
Collagin is made with America’s number one collagen brand which does not affect the taste, smell or appearance of the gin.
The cult gin is distilled in the Midlands, UK and bottled in Lancashire, UK. The new Collagin Rose bottle is available in 50cl at 40% proof and available now atNotOnTheHighStreet for £36.99 and there are high res images attached.
The full list of botanicals are:
Steamed rose petals
Collagin is distilled once with the botanicals using triple distilled grain spirit. Collagin is not suitable for vegetarians due to the collagen content.
About Young In Spirit
Collagin is the world’s first gin range distilled with pure collagen. It has been created, and is owned, by exciting new UK drinks company, Young In Spirit which adds edible collagen to spirits – a new drinks venture set up by Oxford based gintrepreneurs Liz Beswick and Camilla Brown.
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For more details visit www.collagin.co.uk