Professors Club Add Three New Flavours to the Twisted Gin Family

A boutique gin distillery, Professors Club, plans to capitalise on the growing trend for flavoured gin by adding three exciting new additions to their portfolio. After all, we all deserve a treat right now and fruity cocktails will really impress the family at your next BBQ.

Handcrafted in small batches, each of the new gins in the range uses the same award winning combination of key botanicals, but ‘twists’ them with different flavours to create unique combinations.

Professors Club Pink (42% ABV)
This gin is infused with strawberries post distillation, which not only gives it its beautiful colour, but also a rich strawberry flavour.
Key Bot anicals: Juniper. Coriander. Orris Root. Cassia. Cubeb.
Twisted with:Fresh Strawberries
Best paired with: Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic water or Fever Tree Premium Lemonade

Professors Club Secret Garden Gin (42% ABV)
This vapour infused and extremely smooth gin is flavoured with hints of lavender, mint and hibiscus
Key Botanicals: Juniper. Coriander. Orris Root. Angelica. Cardamom..
Twisted with: Lavender, Mint & Hibiscus
Best paired with: Fresh Orange Juice with a wedge of lime

Professors Club Summer Dry Gin (42% ABV)
Key Botanicals: Juniper. Angelica. Cardamom. Star Anise. Cassia. Cubeb.
Twisted with: Grapefruit & Lemon
Best paired with: Pineapple Juice or Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic water.

Doug Walford, Founder of Afterthought Spirits Company Ltd said: “We are excited to bring some new ginnovation to the fast growing flavoured gin market. These new gin’s have been ‘twisted’ with inventive flavour combinations, designed to be perfect drinks pairing to sunny summer days. With gin now the UK’s best selling spirit, we are proud to be seen as an innovative distillery, providing even more flavour combinations for gin lovers.”

The three new Professors Club Twisted Gins cost £2 9.99 for a 50cl bottle and are available mid-July 2020 at and late July at



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