What's with the 3 in the name? Well, the recipe for B3rry Pink gin uses 3 berries: local strawberries from Clock House Farm in Coxheath, Kentish elderberries and foraged blackberries, all picked in Kent. The result is a vibrant, fruity gin, sparkling clear and with a deep fuchsia hue.
To taste, Anno describe it as "A smooth, rich chocolatey welcome leads a delightfully juicy birst of berry flavours, underscored with traditional juniper aspects". There's certainly a lot going on, so to serve, we recommend a simple G&T, garnished with a slice of blood orange and a sprig of rosemary.
Kent's first distillery in 200 years blending science and nature
Andy and Norman have always had a passion for craft spirits. In 2011, they decided to put that passion to use, and founded Anno, the first distillery in Kent (their home county) in over 200 years. As scientists (they've been in the industry their whole professional lives!) they understand that making the best spirits isn't luck; it's about precision, and having a practical understanding of the equipment capabilities.More about Anno Distillers