Salted Caramel Gin Is Here, So Now You Can Drink Your Desserts

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Our prayers have been answered.

Are you tired of the usual whiskey sour on Thursday night, Long Island iced tea on Friday night, and gin and tonic on Saturdays? Well, lucky for you, you can now get your hands on the most underrated drink that also doubles as a dessert.

Just as we did with the alcohol Dippin' Dots, boozy Ring Pops, and ice cream that gives you a nice buzz, it's true that everyone loves a good boozy dessert. So why not combine the best of both worlds?

We're talking about salted caramel gin. It’s only underrated because not too many people know about it, but not because people weren’t too crazy about the taste.

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Master of Malt has created this particular flavor, aptly named “Poetic License Baked Apple and Salted Caramel.” The website that markets it describes it as a “delightful gin liqueur from the Poetic License distillery... made in the team’s 500-liter hybrid still, and using Poetic License Old Tom Gin as a base.”

If you’re just one of those people that love a good gin or sweet liquor, then you could probably enjoy another type. Pink Gordon’s rolled out a pink gin just a little bit before Valentine’s Day, and the recipe is described as a “natural sweetness of raspberries and strawberries, with the tang of redcurrant.”

Now, I’m sure these gins taste good all by themselves, but if you’re like me and you like to be creative with your food, you’re most likely thinking of what you can mix these with. I’m glad you asked.

With the salted caramel gin, it might go well with a fruit juice such as grapefruit or lime. With the Pink Gordon’s, drink it on the rocks with a dessert (since it’s already extra fruity).

Before you go all out with an over-the-top celebration, these gins are, unfortunately, not yet available in the states. Regardless, you should still know how much they cost, and at the low rate of only £19.95 for the salted caramel and £13 for the Pink Gordon’s, perhaps a trip abroad is in your near future.

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