Whitley Neill Handcrafted Dry Gin comes to Summit of the Americas armed with new flavors
Whitley Neill Handcrafted Dry Gin will be introducing the latest flavor variants at the Summit of the Americas duty free exhibition this March.
Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin and Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin will be showcased alongside the full-strength Rhubarb & Ginger and Quince gins.
Whitley Neill Gin is now sold in over 80 countries and is already the second best-selling premium gin in the UK off-trade. In duty free it was ranked among the fastest growing gin brands of 2017.
Simon Roffe, Managing Director Global Travel Retail, Halewood Wines & Spirits said: “In the two years since Whitley Neill Gin was launched in global travel retail, it has achieved a stellar performance with successful launches in Canadian border stores and elsewhere in North America as well as major listings in airports, airlines, cruise and border operators across Europe, Africa and Asia.
“We are now intent on building the brand worldwide with an innovative range of flavored gins, each of which has a distinct character derived from its natural ingredients from Scottish raspberries to Sicilian blood oranges. Given the vibrant bar and cocktail culture in North America, we see a bright and flavorful future for Whitley Neill Gin.”
Whitley Neill Gin is part of the Halewood Wines & Spirits portfolio which will be exhibited at the Summit of the Americas from 19th to 21st March on the stand of their Americas duty free partner Haleybrooke International (#207)
Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin (ABV 43%) delivers the invigorating tartness of Scottish raspberries, complemented perfectly by undertones of liquorice and coriander for a well-rounded finish.
Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin (ABV 43%) offers the refreshing, intense aroma of Sicilian blood orange, followed by a hint of liquorice and lastly coriander for a smooth finish that effortlessly balances citrus with spice.
The classic Whitley Neill Gin (ABV 43%) was inspired by the rich flavors of South Africa and is crafted in England from Cape gooseberries, Baobab fruit, coriander seeds, lemon, orange, angelica root, cassia bark, Florentine iris and juniper berries.