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Gordon's launch new flavoured gin - and it's ideal for summer

After the launch of the popular pink distilled gin, Gordon's has announced their latest flavour - and it's perfect for sunny days.

Published: February 25, 2020
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Available to buy now, the latest flavoured gin from the brand is Gordon's Sicilian Lemon distilled gin.

Serving up a taste of Sicily, the new gin is packed full of juniper notes and refreshing citrus flavour, and will make a refreshing G&T on summer days...or a taste of sunshine no matter what the weather.

For those who want to be among the first to experience the new flavour – it is available to pre-order on Amazon now priced at £22.

The new recipe

The Sicilian Lemon gin offers a zesty twist on the original recipe from Alexander Gordon.

Made with quality ingredients and using 100 per cent natural flavours, the new recipe has been crafted to balance the juniper notes of the classic gin with the finest Sicilian lemons.

Jessica Lace, Head of Gordon’s Gin said: “Consumers are looking to experiment with their drink’s choices, and we know from the success of Gordon’s Premium Pink Distilled Gin, that there’s an ever increasing appetite for different styles of gin.

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"We spent a long time crafting Gordon’s Sicilian Lemon Distilled Gin to ensure we deliver the perfect balance of flavours; the result is an outstanding zesty and refreshing tasting gin for consumers seeking new ways to enjoy a G&T.”

Gordon's Sicilian Lemon & tonic

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Fill a chilled large glass with fresh ice cubes.

Pour 50ml of Gordon’s Sicilian Lemon over the ice and top up with 150ml chilled tonic.

Gently squeeze a wheel of lemon into the glass before dropping it in, then give it all a final stir.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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