Rosé-infused gin is the latest iteration of experimental alcoholic pairings. Between wine-infused gummies and alcoholic jelly spreads, it appears as nothing is too offbeat for a rosé infusion. To capitalize on the imaginative pairing, the respected winemakers at Wölffer Estate Vineyard branched into hard liquor, infusing a batch of gin with their famous rosé.
According to the company, the base of the gin is made from the pink alcohol, resulting in a fruity aroma that's more playful and colorful than the standard grain base. The elaborate pink color was achieved through a small amount of grape skin extracts, which make the drink's aesthetics as appealing as its unique flavor profile.
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