We are proud to announce our 1689 Dutch Pink Gin wins Silver at the prestigious World Gin Awards 2023.
Sharing his news, founder Alexander Janssens of Gin 1689, states “This is a big achievement certainly as there were more then 300 other gins in the competition. This makes us immensely proud!"
The World Gin Awards select the very best gins in the internationally recognised gin styles and promote the world’s best gins to consumers and trade across the globe.
The World Gin Awards are the global awards selecting the very best in all internationally recognized styles of gin. Presented by TheDrinksReport.com, the world’s no.1 online resource for drinks professionals, the World Gin Awards select, reward and promote the world’s best gins to consumers and trade across the globe.
About 1689 Dutch Pink Gin:
Based on the very same recipe as the Authentic Gin 1689, in historic times they would mix this spirit with bruised strawberries and raspberries, hence, creating the worlds first pink gin or cocktail.
Reduced in alcoholic strength to 38.5%, this first Dutch Pink Gin has a red fruity nose and blends well with the spiciness of the original gin. A 100% sugar-free pink gin, which is fantastic to drink during the summertime and amazing to use in cocktails.
Mediterranean-style tonic, lots of ice served with sliced strawberries and raspberries as garnish.