• The RTD version of The Violet Gin. 
Image: Twenty Third Street Distillery
    The RTD version of The Violet Gin. Image: Twenty Third Street Distillery
  • The RTD version of The Violet Gin. 
Image: Twenty Third Street Distillery
    The RTD version of The Violet Gin. Image: Twenty Third Street Distillery
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South Australian based Twenty Third Street Distillery has launched its Violet Gin in a new RTD can, mixed with a sugar-free tonic.

The Violet Gin RTD can is also vegan, gluten-free and contains 82 calories.

The Violet Gin – made with Lemon myrtle, finger lime and pepper berry – are in cans designed with artwork from South Australian artist Claire Ishino.

Claire Ishino spent several years living and working in Japan, making washi paper collages, resin and silver jewellery before returning to Adelaide where she now concentrates on producing gouache or acrylic paintings and black and white illustrations.

Ishino says her work is inspired by her love of colour, repetition and pattern.

The Twenty Third Street Distillery Violet Gin & Tonic is available online, at Dan Murphys and selected retailers nationally for an RRP of $25 for a pack of four.

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