On first glance, The Illusionist Dry Gin appears to be a secretive bottle from a magician's cabinet. The matt black bottle decorated with a label with a mysterious design gives off some ominous vibes. As soon as you pour The Illusionist into a glass, you are faced with another riddle: how can gin be blue? On to the next question: why does it turn pink when you add tonic water? The beauty of this drink is the fact that there are no artificial ingredients at work here, rather it's a natural spectacle. During its production process, The Illusionist Dry Gin is infused with special petals giving it its distinct colour. By mixing it with an acidic drink, it turns pink. It takes you back to those chemistry lessons at school, only this time it's all natural and tasty!