Liquor City is keeping it GINteresting!

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Liquor City has brought on 3 new gins to add to our house brand collection! We are always looking to keep our customers happy, and what better way than with gin – it is the current drink of choice, after all.

What are the new gins you can find at Liquor City you ask?

1. Horizon Fire Fijnbos

Horizon Fire has 2 gins for you to GINjoy. African Dry gin, which has variants of juniper berries and tones of grapefruit, lemon and mandarin orange. Our Fijnbos Gin has tones of spicier flavours like coriander as well as citrus flavours such as grapefruit.

Horizon Fire has won 2 double gold awards – in 2017 and 2018.

2. Erin’s Gin

Erin’s Gin has two variants in the range – African Dry Gin and Fijnbos Gin. Erin’s Gin has also won 2 double gold awards – one in 2017 and one in 2018!

African Dry Gin is a crowd pleaser with bold and exciting flavours. It has a high percentage of juniper berries. It has prominent tones of grapefruit, lemon and mandarin orange – pair Erin’s African Dry Gin with coriander, liquorice and angelica root and taste the perfection! This gin has won 1 x double gold award!

The Fijnbos Gin has hints of citrus and spice. You will notice hints of soft spices such as coriander, confetti, honey bush and buchu. The Citrus tones are those of grapefruit, mandarin and lime.

3. Fluorescence Fynbos

Fluorescence Blue Gin – made from Juniper berries and you will taste the floral effect of the Fluorescence Blue Gin. This gin has notes of Orange blossom.

Fluorescence Cucumber Gin – The Juniper berries, Cassia Bark, Angelica Root, Orange Peel and Coriander seed are infused with cucumber to give a fresh taste.

Fluorescence Strawberry Gin – The Juniper berries, Cassia Bark, Angelica Root, Orange Peel and Coriander seed are infused with air-dried strawberries.

We also have a Fluorescence Dry Gin, which has a drier taste than that of the above. It is more bitter and a more acquired taste.

What’s more? Our Fluorescence Gin Range’s labels light up in a dark room – hence its name – Fluorescence.

  1. Make sure the glass is nice and icy.
  2. ¼ Gin
  3. ¾ Tonic
  4. Add garnishing of your choice
Whatever your preference – choose your favourite new Gin from a Liquor City near you!