Greenall’s Gin is now pink and bursting with berries!

For almost 250 years, traditional gin enthusiasts have loved Greenall’s Gin, and now there is a Wild Berry edition! The inspiration for Greenall’s Wild Berry comes from blackberries growing in English hedgerows. Combined with raspberries, this pink gin that is perfect for summer!

Greenall’s Story


Greenall’s is the original London Dry Gin and has been ‘The Great British Spirit’ since 1761.

Hand crafted by Britain’s oldest distillers, Greenall’s gin recipe was created by Thomas Dakin in 1761. It still remains unchanged from the original and has only ever been known by seven master distillers. Joanne Moore is the current Master Distiller and one of the few female Gin Masters in the world!

Wild Berry Gin

Greenalls Wild Berry Gin is created by infusing blackberries and raspberries together with Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin. The infusion for Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin takes place after distillation. A hint of raspberry and blackberry flavours are added to the liquid.  This means there is a fruity touch to the gin which is not too sweet, but very well balanced.

 Taste: Crisp and slightly sweet. An initial taste of juniper and citrus, then wild berries along with a mild peppery finish.

Serve: Greenalls Wild Berry Gin is best served with ice, premium tonic water, with a garnish  of raspberries & blackberries.

You could also try GREENALL’S WILD BERRY & FLORA DORA (delicious!)

40ml Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin
20ml Fresh Lime Juice
10ml Raspberry Syrup
Ginger Beer


Want to give Greenall’s Wild Berry a try? We have it in this months box!

You can join the ILoveGin club where we send you a new box like the ones below for just £14/m inc free delivery, you’ll get 2 new gins and 2 tonic/mixers each month to try, enough to make 4 G&Ts plus discounts on full size bottles.

Limited Time Offer: Get your first box for just £9 including delivery, that’s £9 for 4 x G&Ts, use code: GINBLOG5OFF at checkout at

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