You Can Now Buy Brussels Sprouts Flavored Gin

Yes, that’s correct, you can now buy brussels sprouts Gin..think i’d prefer it in a roast dinner and drowning in gravy.

No one, no one ever expected for brussles spouts to be a flavour for a drink.. i mean.. it’s a bit of a strange one isn’t it?

Scottish drinks distillery Pickering’s Gin decided to launch the Brussels sprout flavoured gin…

The new flavour is believed to be the very first of its kind in the world and it’s distilled using 100kg of locally Brussels sprouts.

It’s part of a $30 (£25) limited edition six-pack of Christmas themed gin baubles that you can hang on your Christmas tree as you enjoy a glass of the good stuff.

The other baubles contain flavours such as Christmas Clementine, Festive Cranberry, Spiced Pear and Cinnamon, Figgy Pudding and Plum and Ginger. They sound quite nice actually.

Co-Founder and Head of Export at the Edinburgh based distillery, Marcus Pickering, stated:

“We launched the first-ever Christmas Gin bauble back in 2016 and it became an instant hit with gin lovers around the country – making it a must-have gift.

However, this year we really wanted to spice things up and to take the original and best gin bauble to the next level. We are thrilled to finally be able to share our unique festive flavoured gin baubles.

It was an interesting challenge trying to balance the unmistakable flavour of brussels sprouts to get the taste just right – and the distillery had a very distinct aroma while the gin was being distilled!

However, we love the end result and it is the ideal tipple for friends and family to share together this Christmas.”

Mr Pickering added:

“A limited number of packs are available to buy direct from our website and traditionally our festive baubles have been hugely popular and sold very quickly.

We expect gin fans will be out in force to snap up this year’s baubles to ensure they can taste the world’s first Brussels sprout flavoured gin.”

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