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Our original London Dry recipe has been infused with mango, passionfruit, pineapple and orange delivering a refreshing modern take on classical fruit flavours perfectly balanced to transport the consumer to the tropics.
Unlike many other flavoured gins, Greenall’s Tropical Fruits 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 Tropical Fruits Gin with tonic water and a sprig of fresh mint.Where to buy
Rich bold coloured liquid, with refreshing aromas of tropical fruits upfront, soft earthy and citrus Greenall’s character on the finish. Smooth to taste, fruity and sweet, short to medium finish.
Energy (kJ): 853
Energy (kcal): 206
Alcohol %: 37.5
Alcohol Kcal: 206
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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