A refreshing balance of sugar, bitter lemon and dry Tanqueray Gin.
Tanqueray London Dry Gin / Citric Acid / Toschi sugar syrup / Water / 100ml | 22% ABV
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Why you’ll love it
You simply can't go wrong with the classic Gin Sour. Ideal for those deliciously warm, summer days and to enjoy amongst friends and family, this cocktail is the perfect blend of dry gin, bitter lemon and liquid sugar. No other ingredients or specialist equipment is required - just pour the Gin Sour in a glass over ice and enjoy it to the fullest. Expertly mixed in Milan, Italy.
The Gin Sour’s story
The Sour is one of the oldest cocktails around. Some even say it’s where the art of mixing began – although nobody quite knows where, when or how. Cocktail legend Jerry Thomas was the first to write it down. Before that, Royal Navy sailors were probably the first to mix it. In the absence of safe water, they’d use spirits instead, adding citrus fruit to help keep scurvy away, sugar and a little water. Now, see if the Gin Sour rocks your boat.
Serve the perfect cocktail in one minute
Get your favourite tumbler glass
Once your glass has been filled with ice, give your cocktail pack a quick shake.
Tear off the corner
Simply pinch and tear the corner – no need to remove from the paper sleeve.
Pour over ice
Leave to stand for one minute and enjoy in good company.
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