Asda Has Created A Rhubarb & Custard Gin And Its Perfect For Summer

Asda is getting summer in swing with their new ranges of gin. Who doesn’t love a nice, refreshing glass of gin in the summer, the perfect tipple to quench your thirst when the sun starts heating up and the kids start running riot in the garden. No matter what the occasion, gin is usually the answer.

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And now, taking a twist on the classic spirit, Asda has created the ultimate summer blends, inspired by classic sweets, with all your favourite flavours from childhood in gin form. They come in a variety of flavours, with stand-out blends including the lemon sherbert and obviously, the rhubarb and custard. Both scream Yorkshire sweetshops at us.

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Other flavours include Cola Cube, Strawberry Laces, Parma Violets and Pear Drops – which sound equally as toothache-inducing. Yum. The gins come in 70cl bottles and are £18 in-store or online, an absolute steal for a good bottle of gin.

Ed Sowerby, ASDA spirits product manager, commented: “Novelty, quality gins have become a summer must-have for customers looking to entertain with flair and flavour.

“Working closely with our suppliers, we’ve created a range of gins which are both glitzy and gorgeous to look at, but also deliver popular flavours the nation knows and loves.”

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If the brand new flavour range wasn’t enough to entice you, budding Instagrammers will be pleased to hear each flavour has its very own shimmery finish to it, providing a gorgeous glittery finish to each glass. What more could you want?

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Last week, Kopparberg announced its latest creation with a brand new cherry spiced rum beverage. Released this week, it seems that we will be pretty spoiled for choice for summer (but nothing’s stopping up supping them all).

Read More: Kopparberg Has Released A New Cherry Spiced Rum Perfect For Summer

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