Clean Gin Comes To Liverpool


Danielle Levy, Clean Gin, Clean Liquor, low alcohol gin, Liverpool blogger, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger,

Is anyone else getting to the stage in their life when drinking comes with a couple of days of suffering? Just after my birthday, I got the chance to head along to The Clubhouse to learn all about the new Clean Gin from Clean Liquor and have a go at making some low alcohol cocktails with Spencer Matthews.

Danielle Levy, Clean Gin, Clean Liquor, low alcohol gin, Liverpool blogger, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger,
Danielle Levy, Clean Gin, Clean Liquor, low alcohol gin, Liverpool blogger, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger,
Danielle Levy, Clean Gin, Clean Liquor, low alcohol gin, Liverpool blogger, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger,
Danielle Levy, Clean Gin, Clean Liquor, low alcohol gin, Liverpool blogger, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger,

Clean Gin is the first product to launch from The Clean Liquor Co which was created by Spencer Matthews. It has been designed to be a clean, more positive approach to low or no alcohol. They want to make it easier for people to make cleaner approaches to drinking. Clean Gin is made in collaboration with Mark Gamble and his team at Union Distillers who use classic copper stills, traditional methods and unique botanicals to produce amazing low alcohol gin and the best part is that it's only 4 calories per 50ml serve!

Since I start working as a nurse, I've become pretty teetotal (which if you don't know it means that you choose to abstain from alcohol) mainly because a lot of my shifts are back to back or with next to no time between them so I don't like to drink before a shift cause I end up feeling exhausted, I'm lucky to escape from hangovers but I do end up not sleeping properly and feel absolutely knackered when I wake up. But sometimes I have shifts where I just need a drink to destress so having a low alcohol option to my favourite gin & tonic that actually tastes like I'm having a gin is perfect for those days!

At the event, Spencer kindly talked up through how Clean Gin came about and what inspired him to start a clean, low alcohol spirit brand and he also talked about the perfect pour for Clean Gin which if you didn't know is 50ml Clean Gin poured over ice, 150ml of light tonic, lemon and fresh mint leaves to garnish. Once we'd had chance to enjoy the perfect pour, it was time to head downstairs and have a go at mixing some low alcohol gin cocktails! Clean Gin have created 6 of their favourite ways to make cocktails with their gin, my favourite is definitely the Clean Club which contains gin, honey syrup, lemon juice, orange blossom water and raspberries. It made such a refreshing cocktail that would be perfect for drinking in the summer, especially at BBQs! Not only can you pick one of their favourite cocktails to make, but you can also substitute it in in your favourite gin cocktails. 

You can get your hands on Clean Gin in Sainsbury's as well as on the Clean Gin website. I can't wait to see the next addition to Clean Liquor, I'd love to see bars filled with low alcohol options so you can still go out and enjoy time with your friends or family without having to just have orange juice or diet coke. 

What do you think of Clean Gin?

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Danielle Levy, Liverpool blogger, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger,
*I was invited to the Clean Liquor Event. All opinions are honest and my own.
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