Testers Keepers Is Looking For People To Taste A New Gordon's Gin
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They say that not all jobs are created equal, and stepping in to prove the case in point is a tempting opportunity involving delicious booze - with Testers Keepers in need of people to review the new flavours of Gordon's gin.
No, seriously. This is not a dream - this is in fact real life, and you can apply right here.
The new flavours up for grabs include Premium Pink, which was inspired by the original Gordon's recipe dating back to 1880. According to the distiller, this new gin ropes in the natural sweetness of raspberries and strawberries for a 'more accessible way' to enjoy a G&T.
Not that many of us struggled with accessing a gin and tonic before, but we're always happy for it to become easier...
Also on the menu is Gordon's Sloe Gin, which is a combination of the dryness of Gordon's and cassis sweetness.
The ad reads: "The Premium Pink gin is perfectly crafted to balance the refreshing taste of Gordon's with the natural sweetness of raspberries and strawberries, with a tang of red currant served up in a unique blushing tone.
"This flavour was created to offer a sweeter and more accessible way to enjoy a gin and tonic.
"Gordon's Sloe Gin, a wonderful tipple that marries the dryness of Gordon's with cassis sweetness. First launched in 1908, this new version has brought the flavour back to life. Taste notes include raspberry jam, cloves and piney menthol, hints of figs, cinnamon, stewed fruits and sweet almond.
"Gordon's with a spot of elderflower combines the delicate taste of elderflower with Gordon's London dry gin for a delicious twist on a great British classic. Mix it with tonic over ice and garnish with lemon or lime, or add couple of strawberry halves to the mix to bring out its delicate taste.
Anyone who fancies taste testing the amazing new flavours can apply here - the deadline for applications is 31 March.
And the good news just keeps on getting better, as recent research has proven that people who drink gin are also sexier.
According to the study, which was published by the medical mega-journal BMJ Open, different types of alcohol have a different effect on your emotions as well as on your behaviour.
The study surveyed 30,000 people aged between 18 and 34, from 21 different countries, and found that drinkers of spirits, beer and wine all had different answers to the thoughts and feelings they associated with their tipple.
While drinkers of spirits like gin were most associated with aggressive behaviour, the study also proved that they are very sexy people, too - with over half (59 percent) of the people surveyed associating drinking spirits with feeling energetic and confident, while 42.5 percent associated them with feeling sexy.
Therefore, it sounds like this might just be the sexiest job offer going. We're in.