English gin maker Tarquin’s is welcoming in the summer with the launch of its first gin and tonic cans.
The distillery’s new cans combine its flagship Tarquin’s Cornish Dry Gin with a light tonic water. Distilled in a contemporary style, the Cornish Dry Gin features 12 botanicals including some locally foraged coastal ingredients.
Tarquin’s Gin is made by the Southwestern Distillery near Padstow in Cornwall, which was founded by Tarquin Leadbetter in 2012. Its range includes Rhubarb and Raspberry Gin, Cornish Sunshine Blood Orange Gin, ‘Sea Dog’ Navy Strength Gin, and its festive Figgy Pudding Gin. The distillery also produces Twin Fin rum.
Of the gin and tonic cans, Tarquin said: “We’re celebrating the great British summer with our latest release, At Tarquin’s, we’re always looking to try new things and test new products; our new cans went through meticulous testing to create an on-the-go product that doesn’t compromise on quality or taste.
“There’s nothing better after a surf than an ice-cold gin and tonic at a beach barbecue with friends – we’re really excited to make that feat a little easier.”
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