Gin gin darling! Summer cocktails using 77 Berry and 77 Blush

Need a cool cocktail to impress your guests this summer? You need 77 Blus and 77 Berry, now available at Tesco Bournemouth stores and across the UK.

You can also add them to tonic, soda, or Prosecco for a delicate spritz, perfect for a no-fuss arrival cocktail at the family BBQ.

With the summer season imminent, Bristol Distilling Company has created a variety of sharing drinks made with their exciting new range of flavoured gin liqueurs: “77 Berry” (Raspberry and Pomegranate) and “77 Blush” (Grapefruit and Rose).

Simple to mix at home with just three ingredients over ice with a garnish, the drinks are perfect for entertaining, providing lighter, thirst-quenching options for hot days and balmy evenings using the mid-strength gin liqueurs, both of which have a base of Bristol Distilling Company’s award-winning London Dry Gin, “Gin 77”.

Founder of Bristol Distilling Company Jake Black said: “Gin liqueurs are an ideal pour for summer sharing drinks, being lighter than a full strength gin, and delivering a fruity hit which lends itself to the season. The Raspberry and Pomegranate flavour of “77 Berry”, and the sharper and fragrant notes of Grapefruit and Rose in “77 Blush” are the ideal blend for a simple yet delicious homemade cocktail to share. They also go perfectly with the range of juices from Cawston Press.

Try these recipes:

Summer Berry Fizz

Mix equal parts

77 Berry

Cawston Press Apple Juice


Serve in a jug over ice with sliced apple and fresh mint.

Grapefruit & Rhubarb Cooler

Mix equal parts

77 Blush

Cawston Press Apple and Rhubarb Juice

Soda Water

Serve in a jug over ice with sliced strawberries and fresh mint.

Somerset Blush Punch

150ml 77 Blush

150ml Thatcher’s Rosé Cider

300ml Lemonade

Available now in Tesco stores in Dorset and nationwide, 77 Berry and 77 Blush are priced at £18 for a 50cl bottle (20% abv).



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