Greenall's Sicilian Lemon
What Does it Taste Like?
Greenall’s Gin Sicilian Lemon is a zingy burst of tangy lemon notes, with a refreshing and invigorating taste.
About Greenall's Sicilian Lemon
It's official! Canned cocktails are cool! Greenall’s superb range of ready to drink (RTD) cocktails offer the very best of gin in a tin. Their superb options now include an incredibly yummy, sunny Sicilian lemon and soda cocktail, to add to their already vast range. Forget shaking and stirring – all that’s left for you to do is grab some mates, find a suitable sunny spot and crack a can. Job done.
This delicious Sicilian lemon and soda mix adds a little bit of dolce vita to your day. If you can’t actually make it to Sicily this year, then we suggest adding a little bit of Italian stallion to your drinks cooler. Combining Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin, Sicilian lemon juice and soda, this concoction in a can is a zesty, tangy treat for all. Why not add a bit of fun in the sun to your bar cart this summer?
THE ORIGINAL LONDON DRY GIN SINCE 1761
Greenall’s consists of a blend of 8 of the finest botanicals sourced from around the world from Tuscan juniper, to delicate Moroccan coriander and zesty Spanish lemons. A classic British gin using natural flavours makes Greenall’s a perfect choice for all gin lovers.
THE HISTORY OF GREENALL'S
Hand crafted by England’s Oldest Gin Distillery; Greenall’s Gin remains true to our founder’s vision to create the first quality crafted gin. Greenall’s remains unchanged from the original recipe and closely guarded by just seven master distillers in our 250-year history.
MASTERS OF OUR CRAFT
Our entire process of crafting Greenall’s Gin is overseen by our 7th Master Distiller, Joanne Moore. Joanne, along with our masters of craft, focus on crafting exceptional new gins for the Greenall’s portfolio and ensuring every batch is produced to perfection including each botanical being weighed and placed into the distillery’s beautiful copper stills by hand.
1. THE INGREDIENTS
Before the distillation begins the botanicals are added by hand to our copper still along with a mixture of grain neutral spirit and water sourced from the foothills of the local Cheshire Plains. The botanicals are then rested in the spirit and water to allow the flavours to infuse.
2. THE DISTILLATION
Using steam, the liquid is heated until it vaporises, taking all the essential oils and aromas of the botanicals. The vapour is cooled, condensed, and collected as a concentrated spirit.
3. THE HEARTS
Only the ‘heart’ of the distillate is chosen to create our gin. Any residual liquids (the ‘heads’ and the ‘tails’) which are created at the start and the end of the process are discarded.
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Have had trouble getting this in the shop. Then I found them online to get delivered excellent service fast delivery
Great service from Neat&Shaken, very efficient service These cans of Gin and Lemon are perfect , very refreshing and a lovely lemon tang and the added glass with the Greenalls logo on was a bonus
I enjoyed, plan to purchase again.