As warmer weather rolls in, you might be thinking of pouring yourself a delicious citrus gin. Light serves are perfect for sunny days and there’s nothing more refreshing than the taste of lemon in your glass.
Here’s where the delicious Malfy con Limone comes to mind. With its lovely nod to Italian lemons, it’s the quintessential way to enjoy a lemon gin.
However, there’s one tipple that’ll have you dreaming of a luscious lemon dessert. Sipsmith’s Lemon Drizzle Gin is made with layered lemon flavours that creates a sweet gin reminiscent of your favourite home baking.
It’s effectively lemon drizzle cake as a gin, with a crisp biscuity scent that’ll make your mouth water.
Inspired by the citrus gins from the early 1900s, Sipsmith take their London Dry and adds sun-dried lemon peels and lemon verbena for aromatic sweetness on the nose.
Either serve in a classic G&T or in a variety of multiple serves. Toast to the sun with a classic Mojito consisting of lemon and lime juice, sugar syrup leaves or create a lemon sour with lemon juice, simple syrup, and an egg white.
As gin and Prosecco cocktails continue to rise in popularity, why not pour your Lemon Drizzle Gin into a flute glass and top with Prosecco for the perfect glass of bubbly in your garden? Just don’t forget to add a lemon twist to really compliment your gin.
We couldn’t think of a better way to spend a summer’s day!
Sipsmith Lemon Drizzle Gin is available from Marks & Spencer now for £24.
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