Conker joins with RNLI to launch navy-strength gin

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From the sale of every bottle £5 will be donated to the lifeboat institution

Dorset-based spirits brand Conker has added a new navy-strength gin in a tie-up with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

Clocking in at 57% abv, the gin “retains the original smooth and refreshing lighter notes” of the brand’s core Dorset Dry, said Conker.

It is made with botanicals including juniper berries, coriander seed, angelica root, oris root, casia bark, bitter orange peel, lime peel, elderberries and marsh samphire.

From the sale of every bottle £5 will be donated to the RNLI (rsp: £43/70cl).

There was “a perfect synergy between the two seaside brands”, said Conker founder Rupert Holloway, with the brand “proud to be playing a role” in the RNLI’s work.

It has launched into the brand’s online store and specialist retailers.

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