Lidl Launches 10 New Gins And They Sound Delicious
From watermelon, to lemon and a tropicana flavour, the fruity treats sound utterly delicious and we're already having trouble deciding which to sample first.
The premium craft gins will arrive in store on Thursday 21st May with prices starting at £15.99 - just in time to crack open for a weekend in the garden.
Now, there's 10 to choose from, so let us talk you through each one...
First up, meet the City of London Six Bells Lemon Gin, priced at £21.99. The zesty tipple is light and refreshing, with hints of chamomile and honey, and is best served with tonic and a slice of cucumber.
Meanwhile, the Shetland Reel Ocean Sent Gin is also priced at £21.99, featuring seaweed from rocks of the Shetland coastline. Fancy! Lidl recommend serving with tonic and a wedge of pink grapefruit for a sharp twist!
We're very much looking forward to trying the Harborough Watermelon Gin, which will set you back £19.99. Don't forget to add fresh watermelon to your shopping list to serve, along with a tonic of your choice.
For an extra fruity tipple, try the Valencian Orange gin, served with tonic, an orange wheel and a couple of basil leaves. Priced at £22.99, we can see this one being the perfect accompaniment for a bank hol barbecue.
You can also snap up a Tyke's Rose Gin as part of the new collection, priced at £21.99 and best served with a delicate lemonade. Yum!
The Club Tropicana tipple, meanwhile, will have you dreaming of a summer hol (not that we aren't fantasising about that enough already!) Serve the fruity tipple with a slice of mango for an extra sweet flavour. You can snap it up from today, for £19.99.
We love a fruity gin, but rhubarb has to be our favourite. The new collection also includes the Aber Falls Rhubarb & Ginger Gin, priced at £21.99, best served with cranberry juice and a dash of lime.
The British Gin Festival range also includes a plain gin, Gin 77, priced at £19.99 and a non-alcohol CeroCero Citrus Gin, which you can snap up for £9.99. Simply serve either with tonic or lemonade and mixed fruit.
Now you just need to decide which to try first! We could be here a while...
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