Whitley Neill Introduces Sri Lanka-Inspired Mango & Lime Gin

Whitley Neill Mango & Lime Gin

Whitley Neill has released a Mango And Lime Gin. The new offering is the latest addition to the British spirits maker’s long line of flavored offerings.

Inspired by the exotic flavors associated with Sri Lanka, Whitley Neill Mango & Lime Gin balances the fruitiness of ripe mango and freshness of lime with peppery and spicy undertones, stone fruit, and juniper.

The brand recommends serving the Gin topped with elderflower tonic and garnished with a slice of pineapple and a sprig of mint. If you’d like to make a cocktail, then it recommends mixing up a Tropical Island Cooler.

Tropical Island Cooler

  • 50ml Whitley Neill Mango and Lime Gin
  • 50ml mango juice
  • 20ml lime juice
  • Top up with lemonade

Add Gin, mango juice, and lime juice to highball glass. Then stir and fill with ice. Top with lemonade and garnish with a slice of mango and a pineapple leaf.

Whitley Neill Mango and Lime Gin is priced at £26 ($36) and will be available in Morrisons stores beginning Monday, March 15.

Founded by Johnny Neill in 2005, Whitley Neill Gin has grown into a leading premium spirits brand. Its Gin range now features 12 expressions, including Rhubarb and Ginger, Blood Orange, and Raspberry, as well as its Original London Dry Gin, which are all produced at their City of London Distillery.

Last month, Whitley Neill added a limited edition Watermelon and Kiwi Gin. The Halewood Artisanal Spirits-owned brand is available to buy from Tesco.The Watermelon and Kiwi Gin offers notes of watermelon sorbet, zesty lime and “tart tropical citrus notes of kiwi,” followed by a finish of liquorice root and piney juniper. It is recommended served with Indian tonic water, lemonade or soda water, and garnished with fresh mint and watermelon.

In December, Halewood Artisanal Spirits unveiled a new  £1.4 million ($1.8m USD) Christmas campaign for Whitley Neill Gin. Focussing on the brand’s Original Dry Gin and Rhubarb and Ginger expression, the new campaign is part of a wider ambition to educate drinkers about the range of flavors in the British brand’s portfolio.