Gordon’s Gin launches two new flavours so you can pretend it’s still summer

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  • While the summer is very clearly over (sob), if you’re looking for the perfect drinks to pretend that the sunny days are still here we think we may have just found them.

    Gordon’s Gin has launched not one but two delicious flavours that you must try.

    First up is the Sicilian Lemon gin, and it sounds like a right treat. It offers a zesty twist on the original recipe and is made with 100% natural flavours, giving the classic gin a tangy makeover.

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    Credit: Gordon’s Gin

    Delicious.

    Apparently, all you have to do for the dreamiest summer beverage is fill a chilled large glass with fresh ice cubes, pour 50ml of Gordon’s Sicilian Lemon over the ice and top up with 150ml chilled tonic. Then, gently squeeze a wheel of lemon into the glass before dropping it in and giving it a final stir.

    And that’s not all. A limited edition flavour is also on the cards: the Gordon’s White Peach Distilled Gin.

    gordons gin white peach

    Credit: Gordon’s Gin

    It uses fruity aromatic notes and is best served with a slice of peach or a fresh basil leaf, topped with crushed ice and tonic.

    Both 70cl bottles can be found in supermarkets across the UK and online.

    Jessica Lace, Head of Gordon’s Gin, says: ‘Consumers are looking to experiment with their drink’s choices, and we know from the success of Gordon’s Premium Pink Distilled Gin, that there’s an ever increasing appetite for different styles of gin.

    ‘We spent a long time crafting Gordon’s Sicilian Lemon Distilled Gin to ensure we deliver the perfect balance of flavours; the result is an outstanding zesty and refreshing tasting gin for consumers seeking new ways to enjoy a G&T.’

    Sounds like these could be the perfect autumnal drinks!

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