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Introducing our Mango & Gunpowder Gin

Hello, fellow gin lovers! I'm so excited to share with you our latest creation: Mango and Gunpowder Gin. This is a unique and delicious blend of tropical fruit and smoky tea that will tantalize your taste buds and transport you to exotic places.


Mango & Gunpowder Gin is inspired by the history and culture of gunpowder green tea, which is one of the main ingredients in this gin. Gunpowder green tea is a type of Chinese tea that is rolled into small pellets that resemble gunpowder. It was first produced in the Tang dynasty (618–907) and became popular in the West in the 18th century. It was also used as a currency and a tribute to the emperor.



Second Son Mango & Gunpowder Gin Bottle


Gunpowder green tea has a distinctive flavor that is slightly bitter, smoky, and grassy. It pairs perfectly with the sweet and juicy mango, which adds a tropical twist to the gin. We use fresh mangoes from our local farmers and infuse them with our premium gin base. The result is a smooth and fruity gin that is perfect for any occasion.



Gunpowder Green Tea in a Bowl


To enjoy Mango and Gunpowder Gin, we recommend trying it in a cocktail. Mango & Gunpowder Gin Fizz

Ingredients:

  • 50ml Second Son Mango & Gunpowder Gin

  • 25ml lemon juice

  • 15ml simple syrup

  • Soda water

  • Ice cubes

  • Fresh mint leaves

Method:

  • Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes

  • Add the gin, lemon juice and simple syrup

  • Shake well and strain into a highball glass filled with ice cubes

  • Top up with soda water

  • Garnish with fresh mint leaves

  • Enjoy!

This cocktail is a refreshing and fruity drink that showcases the exotic and familiar flavors of the Mango & Gunpowder Gin


Cheers!


We hope you love Mango and Gunpowder Gin as much as we do. It's available now on our website and at selected retailers. Don't miss this chance to try our newest and most exotic gin yet. Order yours today and let us know what you think!





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