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A fruity twist to summer cocktails

It’s the little things that make a difference on lockdown days. So whether it’s a cocktail or a mocktail, add a restaurant-style garnish to impress and add flavour.

Nim’s Infusions, priced at just £2.50, is a range of air-dried citrus slices, ideal for a Father’s Day tipple with a twist.

For Dads who like their drinks to taste just as good as they look, Nim’s Infusions rehydrate in liquid and as they are air dried, a process which intensifies the taste of the fruits, they add bold natural flavour and aroma to any drink.

Switching to dried fruits rather than buying in and preparing fresh garnish, will save time and money and help reduce food waste. Nim’s infusions has a shelf life of up to 3 months. The recommended serve is 1 or 2 slices per drink.

The Infusions range comprises:

  • Lemon Infusions Slices – for a classic G&T
  • Lime Infusions Slices – adds some zing to a lager
  • Orange Infusions Slices – oh so good in an Old Fashioned
  • Ruby Grapefruit Infusions Slices – the jewel in the crown of a grapefruit Negroni
  • Cucumber Infusions Slices – looks cool in a cucumber vodka Gimlet
  • Kumquat Infusions – wicked in a Whiskey Sour

Individual packs available at www.nimsfruitcrisps.com priced from £2.50 per pack.

Fact file

Nim’s is the brainchild of Nimisha Raja who was inspired after becoming increasingly disenchanted by the lack of suitably healthy snacks on offer for parents and toddlers. The company has won multiple awards including the Queen’s Award for Innovation 2020, Great Taste Awards, Quality Food Awards, and Manufacturing awards and is an approved supplier to the NHS. Made in an environment which is allergen free, nut free and gluten free. All products are certified vegan and Kosher, catering for all requirements.

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