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Pink gin created for children's charity Molly Ollys by Shakespeare Distillery

DRINKING gin and helping a charity… it’s the perfect combination.

Stratford’s Shakespeare Distillery has teamed up with the Warwick-based children’s charity, Molly Ollys, to create a pink gin that celebrates the charity’s 10th anniversary.

Rachel Ollerenshaw, who founded Molly Ollys in 2012 with husband, Tim, said: “Gin is such a popular gift that it seemed a good idea to offer our very own Molly Ollys Pink Gin.

Rachel and Tim Ollerenshaw with deputy mayor Kate Rolfe, centre.
Rachel and Tim Ollerenshaw with deputy mayor Kate Rolfe, centre.

“We were keen to ensure it was a high-quality product and it made sense to work with Shakespeare Distillery to create our own premium product, as they are well-established and well-known for their artisan gins.”

Shakespeare Distillery founder Simon Picken said: “We love experimenting with different flavours to create new gins, it was therefore an absolute pleasure to receive the call from such a good cause as Molly Ollys who entrusted us to help them craft a bespoke premium gin for them.

“We are very pleased with the end result, and I hope it proves a great success in raising important funds for the charity.”

Molly Ollys was set by Rachel and Tim following the death of their daughter from a rare kidney cancer. She was eight years old.

Molly Ollys Pink Gin can be bought from https://mollyolly.co.uk/shop/molly-ollys-pink-gin.

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