WETHERSPOONS is selling a fruity mango and pineapple gin liqueur – but you’ll have to be quick to get it.
The tropical tipple is being sold as part of Spoons' 17-day gin festival, on now and running until September 1.
Eden Mill’s Love Gin Mango and Pineapple Gin Liqueur is described by the pub as packing a “fruity punch” and also contains cantaloupe, papaya and peach.
It’s vibrant yellow in colour and Wetherspoons recommends trying it with Fentimans Valencian orange tonic water or ginger ale.
A bottle has a 20 per cent alcohol by volume (ABV) content so remember to drink responsibly and be Drinkaware.
We've asked Eden Mill how many calories the drink contains and we'll update this article when we know more.
What to expect in the Wetherspoons gin festival
THE Wetherspoons gin festival started on August 16 and is running until September 1.
There's 29 to choose from, including 13 that have never before been served in Spoons.
Here's what's on offer:
- Aviation American Gin*
- Beefeater London Blood Orange
- Boë Peach & Hibiscus Gin Liqueur*
- Bombay Sapphire
- Bombay Sapphire English Estate*
- Ceder’s Crisp*
- Caorunn (Scotland only)
- Didsbury Gin Raspberry & Elderflower
- Eden Mill Love Gin Liqueur Mango & Pineapple*
- Edinburgh Gin Lemon & Jasmine Gin*
- Edinburgh Gin Raspberry Liqueur
- Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb & Ginger Liqueur
- Gordon's Pink Gin
- Hendrick’s Gin
- Hendrick’s Midsummer Solstice*
- Jawbox Pineapple & Ginger Gin Liqueur*
- Kopparberg Premium Gin Strawberry & Lime*
- Portobello Road
- Sipsmith Gin Strawberries & Cream*
- Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla
- Tanqueray No. Ten
- The Lakes Rhubarb & Rosehip Gin Liqueur*
- Tower Bridge Gin*
- Zymurgorium FlaGingo Pink Gin*
- Zymurgorium Realm of the Unicorn Gin Liqueur
- Zymurgorium Sweet Violet Liqueur
* New to Wetherspoons
There's plenty more fruity beverages including in the limited edition Wetherspoons' range with Jawbox Pineapple and Ginger Gin Liqueur also making an appearance.
Like the Eden Mill gin, this one also has a 20 per cent ABV content.
It has a sticky sugar-glazed pineapple twang mixed with warm ginger and the pub suggests mixing with ginger ale for an extra kick.
Spoons' customers will also find a flamingo-themed gin liqueur as part of the festival selection.
The Zymurgorium FlaGingo Pink Gin fuses exotic and berry flavours, including mango, pineapple, passion fruit, allspice and ginger.
It's stronger than the previous two we've mentioned with a 38 per cent ABV content.
Wetherspoons said the gin festival is taking place in each of their pubs across the UK but the amount of gin bought in per boozer will vary.
Customers will also be able to order the pub's usual range of gins including fan favourite's Tanqueray and Gordon's.
You'll be able to order the new gins off Spoons' app although prices will differ between branches.
The gins will range in cost from £2.60 to £5.05 with a mixer.
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