Carluccio’s new cocktail range looks so delicious

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Photo credit: Carluccio's
Photo credit: Carluccio's

Carluccio’s is here to make summer even more exciting with its craft cocktail range. Thanks, Carluccio’s - we owe you one.

The Italian restaurant and deli franchise has just announced that it is launching a cocktail range, and the flavours are right up our street. Saying that, we’ve never met a cocktail we didn’t like, so, ya know…

Carluccio’s brand-new, ready-to-drink bottled cocktails come in four delicious flavours, including:

Honeyed Fig Daiquiri: golden rum shaken firmly with fig liqueur, pressed lime, blossom honey and a hint of rosemary.

Amalfi Pompelmo Margarita, which is made with with Pampelle Italian ruby red grapefruit liqueur with Blanco tequila, pressed lime, pink grapefruit and Maldon sea salt.

Strawberry And Balsamic Sour: a grown-up take on your favourite sorbet, made with limoncello, London Dry Gin, strawberries, balsamic vinegar and plenty of pressed lemon.

Photo credit: Carluccio's
Photo credit: Carluccio's

Each of these bottled cocktails comes in a generous 135ml single serving, and you can pick them up £5.95 each.

Then there’s a huge Negroni. For this cocktail, Portobello Road gin is expertly blended with sweet vermouth and Campari. Just add the ice and a twist of fresh orange for the perfect Aperitivo Hour. Carluccio’s has gone big with a 700ml sharing bottle of this bad boy for £28.50.

You can treat yourself to Carluccio’s craft cocktail range online and from your local Carluccio’s deli.

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