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The world’s first naturally ‘black gin’ changes colour when mixed with tonic

The world’s first naturally ‘black gin’ is ready to take gin drinkers’ summer by storm this year with its remarkable colour changing tipple that turns purple when mixed with tonic.

Credit: Scapegrace Distillery

Scapegrace Black, from the award-winning Scapegrace distillery in New Zealand, creates an interactive and mesmerising experience for consumers as it changes colour when mixed with tonic water. 

Daniel Mclaughlin, Co-Founder & Managing Director said of the brands launch in the UK: The Scapegrace brand is all about creating a brave new world for alcohol and gin lovers, crafting untraditional spirits using untraditional techniques. We’re so excited for the UK to taste and get creative with Scapegrace Black this summer.”

Credit: Scapegrace Distillery

Scapegrace Black is distilled using glacial pure water from New Zealand’s Southern Alps and has an RRP of £35.95.

The recommended serve for Scapegrace Black is poured over premium gin and garnished with a slice of fresh green apple.

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