Friday, August 14, 2020

6 O’clock Gin Launches New Range of Premium Flavoured RTD Cans

This July, artisanal British gin maker 6 O’clock Gin is expanding its ready to drink range with the release of two new fruity flavours; Exotic Orange and Damson & Ginger, as well as a Light alternative to their classic London Dry and tonic.

These new drinks have been expertly crafted using the strikingly smooth 6 O’clock Gin range, which over the last decade has distinguished itself for its carefully selected botanicals and vibrant, traditional flavours. These are then precisely balanced with carefully matched mixers to create a refreshing range of gin combinations that can be enjoyed on the go or at home.
 
6 O’clock Gin has chosen fruits and flavour combinations that really draw out the best of the gins. Their rich and velvety smooth Damson is kicked up a notch with flashes of ginger, citrus and spice (5.0% ABV). Designed with a purist gin drinker in mind, the new Light variety will combine their classic London Dry with a premium light tonic water (7.0% ABV). For those looking for something zestier, the Exotic Orange Gin and Tonic (7.0% ABV) provides a tangy, refreshing cooler-style drink with the subtle warming spice of the brand’s exquisitely engineered Brunel.
 
The ready to drink cans are crafted with the same dedication, care and patience as the brand’s gin range, distilled in small batches, using traditional skills and the best natural ingredients to create a bartender-quality drink in the convenience of a can. Perfect for enjoying at summer picnics and barbeques  – the new flavours will make these the quintessential tipples to enjoy in the sunshine. 

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