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Pixie Tears Gin 50cl


£31.27 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Category:Gin (Spirits)
Producer: Firebox
Volume: 50cl
Alcohol Vol.: 40%
Country: England
Firebox produces the Pixie Tears Gin 50cl , a gin with roots in England with 40% of alcohol. According to Drinks&Co users, the Pixie Tears Gin 50cl deserves an evaluation of 4 of 5 points.

Elaboration of Pixie Tears Gin 50cl

Pixie Tears Gin 50cl


  • Color: beautiful emerald tone.
  • Aroma: aromas of green mint and fresh cucumber.
  • Taste: sweet flavors of juniper, elderflower and a touch of lemon peel.

PRODUCER: Firebox.

COUNTRY: United Kingdom.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: made from elderberry flowers and crunchy cucumbers.


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Reviews of Pixie Tears Gin 50cl


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4 /5

- A crisp elderflower and cucumber gin.
- Ever seen a pixie cry? Probably not. But if you did, you would find yourself inexplicably driven to slurp them up. Or add them to a measure of your favourite tonic. Or just enjoy straight on the rocks...
- Mainly because of the crisp elderflower and cucumber infusion locked away in every drop, but the glittering green shimmer doesn't hurt either. Give the beautiful glass bottle a shake and unleash the sparkle.
- The perfect spirit to serve to all the elves that are lucky enough to be invited to your lush, verdant glade. Or all the mates round your house. Whatever.
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4 /5

When Pixie's cry, their tears taste like elderflower and cucumber! This gin is a stunning emerald green colour and has a wonderful shimmer when shaken or stirred. 40% ABV.
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4 /5

The same folks behind Unicorn tears have done the hard work for you and made this glittery, shimmery Pixie Tears Gin Liqueur, which tastes surprisingly like elderflower and cucumber.
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