Keep those pesky hangovers at bay with 58 Gin’s Hard Seltzers Pop, fizz, gulp!
Keep those pesky hangovers at bay with 58 Gin’s Hard Seltzers
Pop, fizz, gulp! The festive season can be one of plenty but if you’d like to keep a clear head as you rock around the Christmas tree, 58 Gin – the UK’s Gin Producer of the Year – offers an all-natural fix of fizzy refreshment with its Hard Seltzers.
Available in Raspberry and Pink Grapefruit flavours, 58 Gin Hard Seltzers contain nothing more than its premium, award-winning London Dry Gin, natural fruit flavours and the purest sparkling waters. They have no artificial additives, no added sugars or sweeteners and they also have the added benefit of being vegan and gluten free to suit all dietary requirements.
So, what does this mean for you at Christmas? No sulphates can help prevent a foggy head come Boxing Day and because each Hard Seltzer is 67 calories or less per can they are the ideal guilt-free alcoholic beverage to enjoy in place of ‘heavy’ red wines, port, beer and other hangover, bloat-inducing suspects!
Created within 58 Gin’s sustainable distillery you can also feel doubly virtuous sipping 58 Gin’s Hard Seltzers, given that they have been produced in accordance with the highest ethical standards.
Presented in beautifully designed, fully recyclable slimline cans, 58 Gin Hard Seltzers (4% ABV) are available now, UK-wide, £29.95 for 12 x 250ml from 58Gin.com and £23.80 for 12 x 250ml from Amazon UK.
Carmen O’Neal, Managing Director, 58 Gin says: “As the UK’s first premium gin-based hard seltzer, these drinks have been a huge hit ever since they launched during lockdown.
“Created with the utmost care and attention to detail the 58 Gin Hard Seltzers provide an exceptionally smooth, light taste that provides the ideal tipple for those looking to safeguard their healthy lifestyle over Christmas.”
An artisan distillery based in London’s Haggerston, 58 Gin has recently been named UK Gin Producer of the Year 2020 at the International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC). When the pandemic hit it was the first distillery to re-purpose its premises to produce hand sanitizer, supplying the Metropolitan Police, NHS Trusts, care homes and hospices.