This Cinchona-Flavored Gin Will Donate Its Proceeds to 'Malaria No More UK'

By: Ady Floyd - Aug 20, 2015
References: masterofmalt & thedrinksbusiness
Maverick Drinks created the '1897 Quinine Gin' to aid and support the charity called Malaria No More UK. This gin was created on the basis that its proceeds will help fight the deathly disease known as malaria.

This particular gin was created and named after scientist Sir Ronald Ross, who is responsible for discovering malaria parasites in mosquitoes in 1897. Since then, the quinine ingredient has been a valuable aid in fighting the malaria disease and maintaining people's health. The gin itself boasts the strong flavor of cinchona bark. In addition, the gin also contains various botanicals such as juniper, coriander and grapefruit.

This tasty gin is an appropriate tribute in the fight against a life-threatening disease. In order to make a valuable contribution to the Malaria No More UK charity, this brand will donate 50 percent of its sales.