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Anno B3rry Pink Gin
The fresh and fruity flavours of summertime in the Kent countryside come together to create this delicious subtly sweet pink gin. A gorgeous blend of juicy strawberries, blackberries and elderberries enticingly mix with delicate notes of cocoa, cardamom and orange.


Available in single 70cl bottles, cases and 5cl miniature bottles which make great wedding favours.


ABV: 40% (Vegan and Vegetarian friendly. Contains strawberry)
£34.50 70cl

Tasting notes
A sparklingly clear, beautifully deep fuchsia pink spirit

Playful notes of fresh summer fruits are entwined with chocolate undertones


A smooth rich chocolatey welcome leads a delightfully juicy burst of berry flavours, underscored with traditional juniper aspects


A harmonious and pleasant finish with citrus notes and a creamy smoothness

Kentish Strawberries from Clock House Farm, Coxheath.
Foraged Kentish Elderberries have a tart and slightly earthy flavour with a sweetness that is complimented well by spice flavours.
Blackberries are an ancient British favourite, foraged here for thousands of years for their sweet and tart flavour.
Cocoa balances the sweetness of the fruit and has traditionally been paired with strawberries in desserts.
Cardamom works very well when combined with orange and juniper, adding perfumed herbal notes.
Seville Orange Peel
Seville oranges, also known bitter oranges, are used in the production of marmalade and have an amazingly distinctive combination of sweet, sour and bitter flavour that a normal orange lacks.
Considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs in Chinese medicine Cassia is often used as an alternative to cinnamon, which is in the same family and genus. This often leads to confusion between the two botanicals in both taste and texture. Cassia bark adds a strong cinnamon style flavour with an extra peppery punch.
Rose Hips
Rose hips are the fruit of the rose plant and form after successful pollination of the flowers. They have many uses in food, for ornamental value and in medicines due to their high vitamin C content. They have a delightfully light, sweet flavour and can be found in the Kent countryside.
Coriander Seeds
Coriander is the second most common ingredient in gin. Although all parts of the plant are edible; the fruit or dry coriander seeds only a few millimetres in size are the part we use as a spice to flavour Anno gin. When distilled the seeds have a warm, spicy, nutty flavour that can also combine citrus and orange notes.
Orris Root
The orris root is the rhizome (mass of roots) of the iris flower. Once important in herbal medicine, orris root is more commonly used in the manufacture of perfumes for its scent which is reminiscent of violets. It has a heavy flowery and woody flavour that helps bind the other components in the gin together.
Although thought similar in taste to star anise and fennel, the liquorice plant is unrelated as it is actually a legume associated to the family of beans and peas. The name liquorice was derived from the Greek word meaning sweet root, descriptive of its long lasting, mellow, sweet, woody flavour.
Juniper Berries
These bluish purple berries are the basis and therefore the signature of all gins, and the prominent flavour in traditional gins. Although it has a berry-like appearance due to its fleshy skin, the juniper berry is not actually a true berry but a female seed cone from a conifer. Juniper berries have a strong and assertive pine flavour; the flavour is mostly woody, but it can have some slightly citrus and floral tones to it.

Distillery status

Creating Kent’s favourite craft spirits is eventful work! Whether we’re hand bottling or our much-loved copper pot still, Patience, is busy mixing up some great flavours, there’s always something going on at the distillery. Take a sneak peek at what we’re up to right now:

Distilling in progress
Bottling in progress
Packaging in progress

Our awards

We love nothing more than to hear how much people enjoy Anno but awards are great too. We’re proud to share just a selection of our accolades, judged by connoisseurs and experts across the globe:


  • 2021 Travellers Choice Awards Winner
  • 2020 Travellers Choice Awards Winner
  • 2019 Sceptre Awards Winner
  • 2019 Diffords Guide Awards Winner
  • 2019 Kent Life Food and Drink Award Winner
  • BBC Good Food Show Champions
  • Great Taste Award 2017
  • Great Taste Award 2018
  • IWSC Silver Winner 2017
  • IWSC Silver Winner 2018
  • The Spirits Business Silver 2017
  • San Francisco World Spirits Award Silver 2017
  • Taste of Kent Award 2016 Winner
  • Gin Guide Member
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