The Illusionist Gin
At first glance, The Illusionist Dry Gin looks like a secret bottle from a magic cabinet. Together with the mysteriously designed label, the matt black bottle emits quite ominous vibrations. As soon as you fill The Illusionist into a glass, the riddle continues: Why is this gin blue? Next question: Why does the drink turn pink when you add tonic water? The nice thing about it is that there are no artificial substances involved, so it’s a spectacle of nature so to speak. The Illusionist Dry Gin is made with special flowers that give it its blue color. As soon as you mix it with an acidic drink, it turns a light pink color. Just like in chemistry class, only purely natural and delicious!