Kitchen Sink Gin - Because Sometimes More is, in Fact, More

Today the Ableforth’s range grows with Kitchen Sink Gin, featuring a list of botanicals that we couldn't even fit on its label.

EDIT: It wasn't just a coincidence that we announced a brand new tipple on the 1st of April...

There are some people in this world who follow the mantra “Quality, not quantity”. However, here at Ableforth’s HQ, we live by a different mantra. “Both. Always both.” We don’t think you should choose between quality or quantity, especially when it comes to botanicals. We want quality and quantity. Nothing in the gin world truly encapsulated that idea in the way we wanted, so we did what anyone with access to a gin company and a compulsion to see things done right would do - we made Kitchen Sink Gin, featuring over 100 of the finest botanicals known to the human race.

We know what you’re thinking. You don’t believe that a gin with over 100 botanicals can have a balanced, graceful and delicious flavour profile. However, when you work with the sheer number and variety of world-class botanicals that we did, it became literally impossible for Kitchen Sink Gin to not taste fantastic - just like how the rare Three Stooges Syndrome (having an immeasurable number of illnesses in perfect balance) can render a human indestructible.

So, just what botanicals are in Kitchen Sink Gin? Well, we obviously can’t list all of them, otherwise people would surely steal the recipe. However, we are ready to disclose the vast majority of the botanicals we’ve used.

Ableforth’s miraculous Kitchen Sink Gin combines exotic botanicals including… juniper, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, orange, lemon, grapefruit, angelica, cassia, orris root, liquorice, lavender, hibiscus, rose, chamomile, lemongrass, ginger, yuzu, wakamomo, rosemary, douglas fir, nutmeg, Marcona almond, cubeb, grains of paradise, cranberry, cucumber, caraway, Manuka honey, meadowsweet, elderflower, saffron, Tuber magnatum pico truffle, kombu, nettles, 12 different kinds of tea, lychee, aloe vera, white asparagus, Thai basil, bifidus digestivum, purple (the fruit), caviar, ambergris, platinum, lembas bread, bacon, Daddies brown sauce, your favourite childhood sweets mashed up into a ball, actual dirt, botox, lecithin, gutter moss, tomacco, fluffy ruffs, Lynx Africa, Jif Micro Liquid, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial for the Atari 2600, jessop jessop jessop, 11 secret herbs and spices, and moon rock.

Serving Suggestion: We recommend enjoying Kitchen Sink Gin in a classic G&T. For a garnish, to honour the gin’s substantial recipe, we propose that you construct a Wheel of Fortune-style carnival wheel with all of the aforementioned botanicals listed on it. Give it a spin and drop in a small slice of whatever botanical the wheel chooses for you.

Expect to see Kitchen Sink Gin in all good retailers soon.