Monday, 28 May 2012

Stone’s Ginger Wine Celebrate the Best of British this summer

Why not try a refreshing Stone’s Ginger Wine cocktail? It really tastes fabulous and certainly brings a sunshine feel when lets face it its been appalling. But woohoo the sun is out and luckily having a bottle of Stones and a husband who adores it, we took full advantage and nipped into the garden last night with a glass and sipped it while the sunset. I did not add the cucumber as it was looking a bit sad, I also added lemon and orange.

Stone’s Ginger Wine is flying the flag for Britain this summer, offering limited edition bottles of its famous tipple with the Union Jack on the label, inviting everyone to celebrate what’s set to be a season of British success.

Stone’s Ginger Wine is well-known for its distinctive flavours and traditional recipe which has been handed down from generation to generation. Dating back to the mid-nineteenth century, Stone’s is a truly British brand that is rooted in our nation’s history.

If you’re looking to shake up your cocktail skills this summer, why not enjoy a refreshing Stone’s Ginger Lemonade Cup? This alternative cocktail from Stone’s Ginger Wine will put a fresh spin on any street party and is featured exclusively on the back of the limited edition label.

Simply pour one measure (50ml) of Stone's Ginger Wine, per person, into a jug, top with lemonade and add lots of ice. Pop in a few slices of cucumber and your favourite ripe fruits, add mint to garnish and you’ll have the perfect refreshing summer treat.

Stone’s Ginger Wine is highly versatile, making it a great picnic tipple to enjoy with classic cucumber sandwiches in the park, whilst also lending itself easily to spicing up a friendly BBQ. If you’re looking to celebrate in style, mix one measure of Stone’s Ginger Wine with champagne or sparkling wine for a sophisticated 'Ginger Fizz’.

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Tasting Notes:
Stone’s Original Green Ginger Wine is a blend of the finest quality raisins and pure ground ginger which produces a delicious, mellow and warming flavour.

Disclosure: My post is based upon material provided free of charge (A bottle of Stones Ginger Wine) for review purposes. I have not been paid or otherwise compensated to promote the topic, product or service reviewed in this post.

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