Rosé Sainte Marie is a superb gin handcrafted in Salcombe, inspired by the aromas, flavours and lifestyle of the South of France. Hence why it`s named after the Sainte Marie Lighthouse which marks the Southern entrance to the Old Port of Marseille, from where the Salcombe Fruit Schooners would load citrus fruits and herbs bound for the UK. Though it`s pink, this gin has no added sugar, taking more inspiration from dry rosé Provence wine. Depending on what you fancy, a different garnish will bring out different notes. A slice of strawberry will enhance the red fruit notes, whereas a ribbon of lemon peel will magnify those citrus notes.