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The Pink Gin was first popularised by the British Royal Navy as a remedy for sea sickness in colonial Malaya. A mix of Gin and Bitters, it soon became known in the region as Gin Pahit – Pahit translates to “bitter” in Malay.
The Brass Lion Pahit Pink Gin is a take on this classic drink with a distinctively Singaporean twist. Our house-made Brass Lion Singapore Bitters, together with The Singapore Dry Gin results in a full-bodied spiced gin – best sipped on the rocks or paired with ginger ale.
A harmonious blend of our Singapore Dry Gin with lavender and butterfly pea flower. Lavender, known for its calming properties, adds a floral top note to the gin. The gin's deep, rich blue hue is derived from the Butterfly Pea flower – a staple in our Peranakan cuisine. With the addition of citrus, its colour changing properties are revealed as it morphs into a soft lilac shade. Naturally infused with no preservatives, do note that the colour will fade over time. Store in a cool and dark place when not consumed.
EAST IMPERIAL RANGE OF MIXERS
INSPIRED BY AN AUTHENTIC 1903
EAST ASIAN FAMILY RECIPE
At East Imperial, tradition and quality are of the utmost importance. All of our products are made using only the purest ingredients sustainably sourced from Asia and Africa, the home of the original tonic water.
We believe the spirit should do the talking. Our traditional small-batch method of production ensures this is the case by enhancing the freshness and subtleties of any spirit’s botanicals.
By working with authentic ingredient suppliers and the very best global distillers and bartenders since our inception, we have created a range of ultra-premium mixers that stand out from the crowd of the overly sweet soft drinks on the market.
We only use all natural ingredients with no artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives. This practice provides the best tasting product with the added benefit of being good for you.
PROUDLY MADE IN NEW ZEALAND
All our products are proudly made in New Zealand, one of only 3 countries allowed to bottle straight from the source. Our water makes up 95% of our mixers, so it’s only fair we ensure it's of the highest quality.