The Mirabeau Rosé Gin is the first of its kind from the rosé wine brand that will offer consumers a flavorful option to enjoy that's inherently versatile. The gin is achieved using grape alcohol that is extracted during the dealcoholization process when the lower alcohol rosé, Forever Summer, from Mirabeau is being created. The spirit has a 43% ABV and features a dominant juniper flavor along with ingredients such as angelica root, orris root, rose petals, coriander seed and jasmine.
Set to launch exclusively at Waitrose this month, the wine was boasted by the brand in a statement that said... "The various components bring a softness to a classic core, making this gin round enough to be sipped alone. Mirabeau suggests adding a dry vermouth for the perfect Martini or topping with your favourite tonic.”
The Mirabeau Rosé Gin is Naturally Flavored with No Added Sugar
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