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Wetherspoon Is Launching Six New Cocktail Pitchers - And Ditching Three Faves

Wetherspoon Is Launching Six New Cocktail Pitchers - And Ditching Three Faves

It might be raining outside, but with Wetherspoon pubs introducing six new cocktail pitchers, it's defo starting to feel like spring.

New flavours include Hawaiian Pipeline Punch, Kopparberg Strawberry Delight and a fruity Rhubarb Spritz. Yum.

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It's time to plan a group trip to your local Wetherspoon because the new flavours - which are vodka, gin or rum based - are a must-try *and* they're in pubs now.

Personally, we're very excited about the Kopparberg Strawberry Delight, which is a boozy mix of Kopparberg strawberry and lime cider with the brand's gin.

It brings together two of our favourites - cocktails *and* Kopparberg - what's not to like?

The Rhubarb Spritz also sounds delicious - a fruity blend of vodka, Dalston's fizzy rhubarb, lemonade and lime.

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There are six new flavours to try (Credit: Wetherspoon)
There are six new flavours to try (Credit: Wetherspoon)

And if you *really* want to get into the summer spirit, order a jug of the Hawaiian Pipeline Punch, a strong cocktail of Captain Morgan spiced rum and Captain Morgan Tiki - all mixed together with Monster's Pipeline Punch and a served over ice.

There's also Cranberry Breeze, which is a concoction of cranberry, vodka, lemonade and lime as well as the 'Might Booch' - a mix of Remedy Kombucha, raspberry lemonade, soda and lime.

Finally, let us introduce you to the Moscow mule - a vodka based delight with Old Jamaica Ginger Beer, lemonade and lime.

Sadly, with the introduction of six new pitchers, Wetherspoon has had to ditch three existing cocktails from the menu.

The cocktails are now available at Wetherspoon pubs (Credit: PA)
The cocktails are now available at Wetherspoon pubs (Credit: PA)

These are Ultra Violet, Absolutely Cherry and Long Island Iced Tea - and we have to admit, we're very sad to see them go.

Pitcher prices vary by location, but they're generally priced around £6.99 each and you can also order by the glass, if you so wish.

Now all we need to do is decide which one to try first?

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Cocktails, Tasty Drink

Lucy Devine

Lucy is a journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, she has worked in both print and online and is particularly interested in fashion, food, health and women's issues. Northerner, coffee addict, says hun a lot. Get in touch at [email protected]

 

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