Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml - 58 Gin
  • Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml - 58 Gin
  • Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml - 58 Gin
  • Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml - 58 Gin
  • Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml - 58 Gin
  • Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml - 58 Gin

58 Gin

Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer Can 250ml


All the rage in the United States, Hard Seltzers are now taking off in a big way on this side of the pond. Our favourites so far are 58 Gin’s, which are made using only sparkling water, natural fruit flavour and their multi-award-winning gin. With no more than 67 calories per can, they’re a sulphate-free, gluten-free, vegan-friendly refreshment and contain no added sugar or artificial nasties. The tangy Pink Grapefruit Hard Seltzer tastes like sparkling summer sorbet in a can and is a moreish treat for picnics or for when you just fancy one drink without opening a big bottle.

The home of 58 Gin lies deep in a railway arch in Haggerston, East London, lit by the warm glow of copper. Entering the vast brick vault, with its gleaming Arnold Holstein still at the centre, feels like stumbling into a place of worship. The deity here is juniper and the service is being led by founder Mark Marmont, a former dive instructor and boat skipper. He has assembled a small team – who bring a wealth of experience at the likes of Rebel Rabbit and Victory – and together they’re demystifying distilling, producing cracking gins with a sustainable ethos and building a solid local community. That’s why 58 Gin turned its stills over to creating hand sanitiser for the NHS, key workers, care homes and hospices during the Covid-19 pandemic; why they run a gin school; why they use foraged sloe berries, botanicals from a local church garden, and apples and hibiscus that would otherwise have gone to waste; and why their original label was designed by Mo Coppoletta, the founder of one of London’s most famous tattoo parlours, The Family Business. The name comes from Mark’s old address a few doors down from the award-winning ‘bar with no name’ at 69 Colebrooke Row, and he was influenced by this establishment and its star mixologist Tony Conigliaro when creating 58 Gin. Segueing seamlessly from one star to another, according to SpongeBob SquarePants’ best friend Patrick Star, “58 is like the luckiest number ever”. We don’t know about that, but what we do know is that anyone in possession of a spot of 58 Gin should be considered very lucky indeed, because it has been given a score of 5/5 by Difford’s Guide and has featured in Ian Buxton’s 101 Gins to Try Before You Die.

£1.08 per 100.00ml

SKU No.: 3409262

Style No.: 819743

Country: England
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 4%
Volume: 250ml

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