Beefeater just launched G&T cans with flavours like pink strawberry and blood orange

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Photo credit: Beefeater
Photo credit: Beefeater

It's now even easier to drink your favourite Beefeater gin... not that it's ever a challenge to drink the tasty tipples. But logistically it's now a lot more convenient for drinking outdoors or on the go, as the brand has launched ready to drink G&T cans.

Taking the iconic Beefeater London Dry Gin and tonic as their base, the cans come in three flavours; one lets the classic G&T shine, while the second embraces natural strawberry flavours for a tasty pink G&T, and the third is a bittersweet blood orange flavour.

All three sound perfect for park days, open air cinema, beach trips and picnics. Which is how we plan to spend the whole summer.

They're available in supermarkets now and cost just £2 a can.

Laura Stephen, Brand Director for Beefeater, said in the press release: "We are delighted to launch these brand-new cans just in time for Summer. We know everyone wants some refreshing, easy-to-drink canned gin drinks as soon as the sun comes out.

"Using our iconic Beefeater Gin and Tonic recipe and adding our popular flavours to the mix, these new additions to the award-winning Beefeater family are perfect to enjoy outside, socialising with friends and family. And what weather to do so!"

We've got our eyes on the blood orange!

The Beefeater Ready-To-Drink cans (4.9% ABV, 25cl) are available in supermarkets, including Waitrose, Tesco and Asda, and independent stores at an RRP of £2.

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