A new cocktail delivery service has launched, and teamed up with McLean's gin to bring delicious drinks to homes.

Scots business Social and Cocktail Events has launched a cocktail delivery service, Social and Cocktail 2Go.

After many of their clients events were cancelled or rescheduled, the team decided to start a new venture and will deliver freshly made cocktails and cocktail boxes to customers right across Glasgow and surrounding towns and villages.

Social and Cocktail Events have teamed up with Glasgow Gin maestros McLeans Gin for the delivery service. As well as McLeans Gin featuring prominently in several of the cocktails, all cocktails will be produced and dispatched from McLeans Gin HQ.

What’s on the Social and Cocktail 2Go menu?

Customers will have four different type of cocktail product to choose from:

Blended – these cocktails will be created frozen and served in 12-ounce glass with dome lid and straw. There will be six classic blended cocktails including: Strawberry Daiquiri, Pina Colada and the Pornstar Martini.

Pouched – these cocktails will be delivered in a sealed drinks pouch, with instructions on how best to enjoy your drink. Pouched cocktails will include: Zombie, Terrys Chocolate Orange and Maple Old Fashioned.

Boxed – these cocktails will be six exclusives – premium McLeans Gin cocktails.

The ingredients in each box will make four cocktails and include all the ingredients, garnishes and the instruction card.

Boxed cocktails will include: Blood Orange Negroni, Spiced Apricot Spritz, Bakewell Sling.

Seasonal – these cocktails will be a constantly changing selection of specially created concoctions, which kicked  off with Halloween drinks – the Screaming Peach and the Monster Mash Margarita.

All cocktails will use fresh ingredients, premium spirits and deliveries can be scheduled in one-hour windows.

Cocktail Prices range from £6 – £8 and there will be a standard £5 delivery charge on all orders.

More information can found at the website, here.

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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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