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Firebox Flamingo Tears Gin - Pink Grapefruit Gin - 50cl

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You probably won’t see this particular spirit in any of our Gin of the Month boxes, but if something is making a stir in the ginny world, we want to be the ones to let you know! In addition to this, the back label contained the unit content of the bottle, pregnancy logo, the UK CMO’s daily unit guidelines and a tailored responsible drinking message.

This year Mother's Day falls on the 22nd March, and if you are one of the more organised, it is that time again to really get something special and perhaps a bit less traditional. Flamingo Tears Pink Grapefruit Gin Liqueur Singapore is a 500ml gin liqueur with 40% Alcohol By Volume (ABV) from United Kingdom sold by Bevbrands Singapore. Please take note that cork quality varies from bottle to bottle and broken corks are not uncommon, especially in aged whiskies.

It noted that the image was a mature, stylised black-outline illustration of a flamingo and the product font was staid. The company stated that although fantastical in design, the product was a high-quality juniper flavoured gin with 10 botanicals and was an exclusive product offering to John Lewis. Swirl their tears around your glass to unlock their magnificent holographic shimmer, reassured at least a few f*ckboy's were harmed in the making of this mythical elixir.

While previous expressions from this series have taken a more mythical approach, Flamingo Tears Gin brings a burst of refreshing grapefruit flavour that is perfect for a hot summer's day. Flamingo Tears Gin Flamingos have by far the most fun collective noun in the entire animal kingdom – a flamboyance of flamingos! The Panel also noted that the bottle shape was fairly traditional in design for a spirit and had a cork stopper, which helped contribute towards the product’s positive alcoholic cues. The company stated that Flamingo Tears had a pink hazy appearance to reflect its pink grapefruit flavour which did not appeal to children or underage drinkers. A member of the public raised concerns over the images used on the bottles, arguing that they could appeal to children.The panel also considered whether the line “swirl to release their mischievous powers” on the back label suggested the product had therapeutic qualities.

Flamingo Tears Gin is not only a treat for the taste buds but also a visual delight that will make any gathering or celebration extra special. From the makers of the ever famous Unicorn Tears and Pixie Tears Gin Liqueur, Firebox have come up with this novelty product to add to their 'tears' line. Flamingo Tears Pink Grapefruit Gin has a delicate sweetness with citrusy notes that give way to a balanced grapefruit burst. And now you can bring some flavoursome flamboyance into your home bar and cocktail repertoire with Flamingo Tears Gin. Yes, there are plenty of pink gins out there and we prefer a craft pink gin, however this Flamingo tears gin looks like a lot of fun!A drink, its packaging and any promotional material should not in any direct or indirect way have a particular appeal to under-18s.

It's a bold hit of bittersweet citrus blended with crisp and dry juniper aromas to create one seriously tasty gin.For Flamingo Tears, the panel recognised that while flamingos may have some appeal to teenagers, they “actually appeal to a broader market”. The timeless blend of tart cranberry, bittersweet orange and a hint of sour lime has been reimagined with a refreshing wave of juniper and bold botanicals to create our Pink Cosmo Gin Liqueur. In the Panel’s view this meant that flamingos may have some appeal to the teenage market, but not predominantly, and that their appeal was broader encompassing an adult demographic.

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