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Our Original London Dry Gin recipe has been infused with fresh blueberries to create a fruity gin that has a sweet but slightly tart taste with a subtle hint of floral.
Unlike many other flavoured gins, Greenall’s Blueberry Gin contains 0g sugar and no sweeteners. It is made with 100% natural ingredients. Real fruit, real flavour.
For a refreshing drink, simply enjoy Greenall’s Blueberry Gin with tonic or soda water and fresh or frozen blueberries for garnish.Where to buy
Greenall’s Blueberry provides a refreshing burst of blueberries balanced with the delicate bitterness of the London Dry Gin giving a subtle hint of a floral note, but finishing with a fruity blueberry aftertaste.
Energy (kJ): 866
Energy (kcal): 207
Alcohol %: 37.5
Alcohol Kcal: 207
Fat (g): <0.5
of which saturated (g): <0.5
Carbohydrate (g): <0.1
of which sugars (g): 0
Sugar Kcal: 0
Fibre (g): <0.5
Protein (g): <0.1
Salt (g): <0.1
Gluten free: Yes
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