It’s already sold out twice in Bradley’s on North Main Street.
If you can get your hands on a coveted bottle of Blackwater Distillery’s new Tanora Gin, you’re in for a fun weekend.
Not only is it ridiculously tasty with a splash of tonic and few slices of zesty fresh orange, as served at the launch party for the new gin flavour at the Montennotte Hotel, but this is a tangerine tipple that has many, many uses.
Mixologist John Coleman used it to create The Young Offender cocktail – a mix of Blackwater Tanora Gin, Blackwater Barry’s Tea Gin, Off the Cuffe bitters and homemade ginger syrup, smoked in hickory and tarragon.
But we’ve got something even cooler in mind: Behold: the Tanora Gin Ice Pop.
50mls Blackwater Tanora Gin
Half an orange, juiced
Half a nectarine, sliced (you can use tangerine segments too but slice them thinly)
How to make it:
Pop a fruit slice in each ice lolly mould.
Mix the Tanora, Tanora Gin and orange juice together in a jug.
Pour into an ice lolly mould, freeze overnight.
*Please ensure you store alcoholic ice lollies in a separate container in the freezer so they are out of reach of children and dispose of any leftovers.