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Sisterhood Rhubarb Gin released

Sisterhood Rhubarb Gin has been produced by a pair of 'sisters' who claim to be channeling their passion for gin and female togetherness.

This pink-tinged gin (42.5%ABV) is now available to purchase following success via social media with bloggers and influencers.

The small batch gin is created in copper stills and is a traditional juniper-led gin, infused with lavender, coriander, cardamom and rhubarb. It's already built an impressive following in its first few weeks on social media with more than 4K loyal fans on it's tongue-in-cheek, female-focused Instagram feed.

This new pink craft gin was brought to life when gin-lover-cum-shoe-retailer Jamie-Leigh Burgess, 29, returned home to the UK from New Zealand and found a 'sister' in former armed-police officer Claire Barclay, 42, while working at a distillery in the North of England.

Jamie-Leigh describes: “The whole feminine movement that’s happening is hard to ignore and we can’t help but feel that we are surrounded by powerful women - marching, moving and making! Gin distilling is an art Claire and I have come to by luck – but now we have found our niche.”

The pair worked closely with designers to create the bespoke bottle for Sisterhood, which aims to reflect the colourful and creative UK woman - inclusive of whatever career or creed. Claire and Jamie-Leigh chose yellow for the main colour because it is ‘bright, positive and fun’.

The gin was created from the distillery that produces Bakewell Gin and Violetta Gin.

The gin is available from Amazon or

27 September 2018 - Sam Coyne The Drinks Report, editor