Anti-aging gin?

By Chloe Lewis
CollaGin is here to make you feel less guilty about excessive drinking. Camilla Brown and Liz Beswick have launched the world’s first gin range disti...

CollaGin is here to make you feel less guilty about excessive drinking.

Camilla Brown and Liz Beswick have launched the world’s first gin range distilled with pure collagen and anti-aging botanicals.

Dubbed the ‘beauty drink’, CollaGin has the classic principles of gin, but with a twist of botanicals such as star anise, pink grapefruit and orris; and of course, collagen.

The gin also comes in vanilla flavour, pink peppercorn, angelica and liquorice and can be enjoyed as a sipping gin, a cocktail gin or with tonic water. CollaGin G&T tastes especially good with pink grapefruit.

Distilled with America’s number one collagen brand, drinkers can enjoy the benefits of collagen without losing the taste of the gin.

Co-Founder Camilla Brown says: “This really is the smoothest gin I have ever tasted and works so well in many different ways. We've used botanicals with healthy benefits and a dose of pure, powdered collagen, so if you're going to drink gin anyway, why not drink one with added bonuses?”

Liz Beswick, Co-Founder, adds: “Our key botanicals all have an anti-ageing quality to complement the collagen, particularly the pink grapefruit, fresh orange, anise oil and orris. The gin is fragrant, soft and the aftertaste is velvety, with a hit of vanilla. Enjoy it in a Martini, or if you prefer a longer, refreshing serve, try it in a classic G&T. Or as we call it, a 'Skin & Tonic'.”

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