Co-op's New Gin Flavour Is Inspired By One Of Our Favourite Summer Cocktails

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Co-op's New Gin Flavour Is Inspired By One Of Our Favourite Summer Cocktails

Let's face it, a great-tasting gin isn't that hard to come by nowadays, what with launches from leading gin brands like Gordon's, Whitley Neill and Bombay Sapphire.

That being said, there's yet to be a gin infused with the flavours of one classic cocktail in particular... a Sex on the Beach. Well, until now anyway.

Brand-new for summer 2022, Co-op has added to its already acclaimed 'Irresistible' spirits range with a tropical gin inspired by the famous summer cocktail. Say hello to Co-op's Peach, Orange and Cranberry Gin. Yum!

Costing just £15 a bottle, this limited-edition gin flavour promises "a modern take on the cocktail made famous in the 90s," and we can't wait to get our hands on some.

Photo credit: Co-op
Photo credit: Co-op

Jonathan Grey, Co-op's Spirits Buyer, says, "Sex on the Beach is the quintessential summer holiday cocktail and we have worked hard to recreate that classic fruity flavour with a modern twist for our shoppers to enjoy. It's a great new addition to our growing own-label spirits range, which will be a real grown-up crowd pleaser for those summer garden parties and BBQs."

Available in Co-op stores now (yes – run), the retailer recommend serving it up with a classic tonic water or lemonade for a fruity, refreshing summer serve.

Venturing into sober-curious territory this summer? We've got you! Gordon's has just dropped Gordon's Premium Pink 0.0% Alcohol Free Spirit. That's the brand's signature pink gin, but this time completely booze-free!

Described as, "bursting with sweet flavours of raspberry and strawberry, blended with tangy redcurrant notes and the finest distilled botanicals," this is 100% a non-alcoholic instalment we can get behind...

Photo credit: Gordon's Gin
Photo credit: Gordon's Gin
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