A bitter-sweet treat for those that love refreshing tastes! Made with Gin from Manchester’s Original artisan micro-distillery.

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Pink Grapefruit is on of the world’s most refreshing fruits and its taste is matched only by its beautiful salmon pink hue. Has a bittersweet taste and is a fantastic addition to tonic, prosecco or breakfast cocktails by adding fruitiness and an aroma depth. On its own it stands out as a fantastic sipping and sniffing cup in the summer with it’s appealing citrusy notes either with or without crushed ice. Using our Gin with wild juniper and a unique set of botanicals.

Try swapping the citrus juice in any gin cocktail for this! E.g. A Reviver!

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Weight 1.2 kg
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Recipe Suggestions

Pink Grapefruit Paloma


2 parts pink grapefruit liqueur

1 part tequila

Half a grapefruit, juiced

Shake over ice

Top with soda

Recipe Suggestions

Gin And Grapefruit Drizzle


225g softened butter

225g caster sugar

250g self raising flour

finely grated zest of 1 grapefruit

4 medium eggs

100ml citrus gin (or milk)


For the drizzle

juice of 1 grapefruit

100ml Grapefruit Liqueur

50g granulated sugar



200 g Icing Sugar

3-4 tbsp Grapefruit Liqueur

Half Grapefruit Zested


1.Preheat the oven to 180°C, fan 160°C, gas 4. Grease and line a 900g loaf tin, measuring 20x9cm on the base, 8cm deep. Beat together the butter, sugar, flour, grapefruit zest, and eggs until pale and creamy, using an electric whisk, then gradually mix in 100ml gin (or milk), to give a mixture that drops easily from a spoon.

  1. Scrape into the prepared tin and gently press a rosemary sprig into the top of the cake. Bake in the oven for 1hr-1hr 15 mins. The cake should be well risen, golden brown and firm to the touch; a skewer inserted into the centre should come out clean. Remove from the oven and sit the tin on a cooling rack over a baking tray to catch any drips.
  2. Mix the grapefruit juice with the gin liqueur and granulated sugar. Poke holes in the cake with a skewer or cocktail stick and gradually drizzle the gin and grapefruit syrup all over, allowing it to soak in. Leave to cool completely in the tin. Store in a cake tin.
  3. Once the cake has cooled, remove it from the tin. In a small bowl, add your Icing Sugar, and gradually mix in the Gin till you get a thick pourable consistency. You don’t want it too thin otherwise it will all run off. Pour the Icing over the cake, and sprinkle over some grapefruit zest for decoration.

Recipe Suggestions

Grapefruit Rosemary Heaven


50ml Zymurgorium Pink Grapefruit Gin Liqueur

150ml Lemonade


Fill a glass with ice. Pour Zymurgorium Pink Grapefruit Gin Based Liqueur into the glass and fill up with lemonade.

Garnish with Lemon, Lime and Rosemary.

Recipe Suggestions

Pink Grapefruit liqueur


50ml Zymurgorium Pink Grapefruit Gin Liqueur ⁣
50ml fresh squeezed pink grapefruit juice⁣
20ml fresh lime juice⁣
Sparkling water to top up⁣


Mix everything apart from the ice & sparkling water in a mixing glass, pour over ice and top up with the
sparkling water. ⁣

Recipe Suggestions

Pink Grapefruit liqueur


50ml Zymurgorium Pink Grapefruit Gin Liqueur ⁣
50ml fresh grapefruit juice⁣
1/2 a lime cut into wedges⁣