Young Henrys launches Gin & Tonic RTD

Young Henrys has launched a new ready-to-drink can featuring its Noble Cut Australian Gin mixed with tonic and hints of pink grapefruit and thyme.

Distilled in Newtown using native botanicals, Noble Cut offers herbal notes from the Tasmanian grown hops, alongside spicy juniper and pepper berries, with a zesty, lemon-myrtle finish.

Head distiller Carla Daunton said the RTD is a landmark moment for Young Henrys as it continues its expansion into the world of spirits.


“It’s been such a privilege to have a hand in the creation of Young Henrys first ever RTD,” she said.

“When you crack the can, the grapefruit and thyme flavours hit your nose straight away, then the light, spritzy tonic carries the bright and classic new world flavours of Noble Cut gin across the palate, building to a citrusy finish. Not too sweet and not too dry.”

Young Henrys has promised one per cent of its G&T revenue to sustainability projects (1% for the planet).

The launch is also accompanied by a video that has encapsulated the growing Young Henrys fanbase, soundtracked by alt-country rocker, Andy Golledge. Watch it here.

Young Henrys Gin & Tonic is available on the Young Henrys website, and in bottle shops nationally.

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