New Recipe: New Tanqueray gin and tonic cans in London Dry and fruity Flor de Sevilla

Spring is a busy time for alcohol launches, and this time of the year never fails to get us excited for the days ahead of sipping on an ice cold drink in some glorious sunshine (fingers crossed).

Tanqueray is a gin you can count on. The premium brand is just as perfect for cocktails as for classic G&T’s and its flavoured editions never disappoint. Well now you can enjoy the classic gin on the go, with new Tanqueray gin and tonic cans. Both the timeless London Dry and the new fruity Flor de Sevilla gins have been captured in can form with the perfect amount of tonic.

With spring and summer days ahead we have plenty of BBQs, picnics, and days at the park or beach ahead of us. But that doesn’t mean we have to compromise the quality of the alcohol we enjoy. Now this 150 year old gin brand, made with the finest ingredients from around the world, can be enjoyed as a convenient ready to-go option.

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The signature Tanqueray London Dry and Tonic is made with four balanced botanicals of juniper, coriander, angelica and liquorice. While the Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla and Tonic is inspired by Charles Tanqueray’s original recipes and the ripening oranges on the trees in sun-drenched Seville, balancing the bittersweet taste of Seville oranges with your favourite gin.

Sunshine here we come.

Tanqueray’s premixed gin cans are launching from mid April in; Waitrose now, Sainsbury’s from 18 April – RRSP £2.50

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