Pinkster has a mix of five select botanicals including juniper and raspberry. The core spirit is distilled at G&J (formerly Greenalls) to their own secret recipe before being shipped to Pinkster's HQ near Cambridge, where it's hand steeped in fresh raspberries grown locally. This is a natural process which results in the distinctive colour and flavour profile. Pinkster is not a fruit gin, like a sloe gin, it's best consumed as a long drink. Fabulous served with mint leaves, just torn in half, with some whole raspberries and Fever-Tree tonic, I also like a squeeze of lime juice. Looks the part and tastes the part.