Marks & Spencer's has launched a GIN that changes colour when you add TONIC 3 years ago

Marks & Spencer's has launched a GIN that changes colour when you add TONIC

Mind = blown.

Just when you think we've reached "peak gin", between elderflower tonic, Lidl's range of botanicals to add to your drink for the "perfect Insta" and Easter eggs inspired by the tipple, Marks & Spencer's has just gone and TRUMPED everything.

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Yep, the chain has joined forces with Scottish distillery, The Old Curiosity, to bring two new flavoured gins to their shelves.

Now we aren't talking plain 'ol simple gins, no, no. We are talking GORGE British Lavender and British Rose gins in beautiful packaging that are purple and orange in colour and then to top everything off, they also CHANGE colour when you add tonic. De-ceased.

Both gins turn from their original colours to a different shade of pink.

So how does this happen? Well, we don't want to spoil the magic for you, or bore you with the "science", but the tonic when added changes the PH of the gin, which in turn, changes the colour.

The gins also display the different types of botanicals and herbs which go into each one, so you can get an idea of the variety of flavours you will be experiencing before even taking a sip.

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This sounds like the IDEAL addition to our summer prinks and outdoor BBQs.

The gin will be available to purchase from next week, retailing at €28.

GIMMIE.