Greenall’s have three delicious gins which are perfect for easy-to-make-at-home Christmas drinks or for Christmas parties.
Greenall’s Sloe Gin
Greenall’s Sloe Gin is made with hand-picked sloe berries, slowly macerated in Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin, for a rich, deep naturally flavoured sloe gin. The eight unique botanicals in Greenall’s, with their rich juniper notes and mature citrus and spice combine with the sloes to create a warming drink perfect for Christmas and winter drinking.
A real hit at Christmas is Greenall’s Sloe Gin & Prosecco which is a beautiful colour and perfect for easy but impressive party drinks. To make, pour 50ml of Greenall’s Sloe Gin into a flute glass. Top with Champagne or Prosecco.
Available from: Amazon RRP: £20.99 for 70cl. ABV 26%.
Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin
The inspiration for Greenall’s Wild Berry came from blackberries growing in English hedgerows, combined with raspberries which are infused in Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin, to give a vibrant, fruity taste, which is versatile and works well in cocktails.
An easy but mouthwateringly delicious cocktail for Christmas parties is a pitcher or jug of Greenall’s Wild Berry Flora Dora. To make, build 40ml Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin, 20ml fresh lime juice, 10ml raspberry syrup over ice in a high ball glass. Top with ginger beer and churn. Garnish with a raspberry and a slice of lime and serve.
Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin makes a great Christmas present for someone who is looking for a different gin this year.
Available from: Tesco’s and Amazon. RRP £15.50 for 70cl. ABV: 37.5%.
Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin
The only way to serve the classic Christmas G&T is with Greenall’s – the world’s first quality gin, made to the same secret recipe for over 250 years.
Fill a tall glass with ice, squeeze one wedge of lime over the ice. Pour in 50ml of Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin and top up with 100ml of quality tonic water. Garnish with a second lime wedge – delightfully refreshing!
Available from: Waitrose, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys and Master of Malt. RRP: £15.49 for 70cl. ABV 37.5%.