Pink Grapefruit: the Caribbean bottled
Thomas Henry Pink Grapefruit is a grapefruit lemonade and intended for big things. The unique fusion of sweet and sour makes the fruit a perfect base for a refreshing lemonade. Neat, on ice with lime, or in a long drink — Pink Grapefruit is perfect for many occasions. It is essential for a Paloma, but also tastes great with whiskey, vodka, cachaça, or rum.
The grapefruit: orange meets shaddock
Who could believe it? The grapefruit probably came into existence only per chance. Some historians claim that around 1750, botanists based on Barbados managed to spontaneously cross the orange with a shaddock. In the 19th century, the citrus made a detour to Florida, where it is still grown and cultivated on a grand scale today. Since then, grapefruit has been an integral part of our culinary and mixology world.
This great citrus fruit is known and appreciated all over the world. The name grapefruit comes from the fact that the fruits on the tree take on a similar shape to a grapevine. Other rarely used names for the bitter citrus fruit are mellowgold or Citrus paradisi. The first pink grapefruit was discovered in Florida in 1906.
Highballs of the Caribbean: Paloma and Co.
In the Caribbean, especially in Jamaica, grapefruit lemonade is a popular drink. It is wonderfully refreshing due to is tart, sour, and sweet notes. The unique fusion of sweet and sour makes grapefruit a perfect base for a refreshing lemonade. Neat, on ice with lime, or in a long drink — the Pink Grapefruit suits many occasions.
The Pink Grapefruit is essential for its signature drink, the Pink Paloma which is made with tequila, lime, and salt. The premium filler also tastes excellent with other high-quality spirits such as whiskey, vodka, cachaça, gin, or rum. The balanced perlage ensures pleasant textures in the drink. Thomas Henry Pink Grapefruit: where pink grapefruit’s bitter sweetness meets the lightness of summer. Cheers!