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Called Ginity, the drink has been created in celebration of Trinity Leeds’ partnership with Gin Vodka Festival as it launched the inaugural ‘Trinity Leeds Gin Vodka Festival’ at Trinity Kitchen in May. The limited edition, 200-bottle run will later be sold at Latitude, a Leeds wine and spirit specialist, with all proceeds donated to charity. Ginity was created by asking


Trinity Leeds’ dedicated social media followers to nominate flavours that


best represented the centre, with apple, cinnamon, pear and star anise receiving the most public votes. The four flavours were then blended with gin recipe favourites – juniper, coriander seeds, angelica, root and cardamom – by Sara Birkinshaw, an artisan gin producer from Leeds Gin. The shopping centre said its decision to employ a local producer for the project is a testament to its continuing support for home-grown talent. Rob Jewell, portfolio director


at Land Securities, said: “Hosting such a big event is a confirmation that Trinity Leeds is a top leisure destination in the UK, not just for shopping and dining, but for one-of- a-kind experiences. Having Trinity Leeds as part of the Gin Vodka Festival’s impressive nationwide line-up is two-fold as we place Trinity on the map celebrating the best of Leeds’ distilleries, as well as provide our community with an unparalleled event in the heart of its city.”


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