Spring Gin Lemonade Cocktail

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This beautiful drinks dispenser is from Houseology who have a fabulous range of kitchen gadgets and glassware. With so many beautiful items you will want to use them all in your kitchen and items like this you will want to use all summer too. I can’t wait for warm summer evenings, lounging in the sunshine with friends and a beautiful drink dispenser full of a fruity cocktail. My lovely Spring Gin Lemonade is a fresh and delicious mix of cloudy lemonade with fresh lemons, limes, cucumber and mint with a good helping of gin too!

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Spring Gin Lemonade + Giveaway
 
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Ingredients
  • 4 litres of old fashioned sparkling lemonade (or make your own if you want)
  • 2 lemons
  • 2 limes
  • 30g mint
  • ice cubes
  • 500ml-1 litre gin to taste
  • 1 cucumber
  • 2 heaped tablespoons of honey
Instructions
  1. Add the lemonade into the dispenser.
  2. Chop the lemons, limes and cucumber into slices and mix them into the lemonade with the mint.
  3. Add the gin and ice. Give it a good stir and add the honey.
  4. Drink within a few hours of making it.

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Disclaimer – I was given the drinks dispenser by Houseology to use and come up with a recipe with. They asked me to host a giveaway with one of their products. The winner will be sent the items directly from Houseology.

24 Comments Add yours

  1. Tracey Peach says:

    It has to be sparkling lemon & Lime because it’s so refreshing 🙂

    1. Sew White says:

      I love lemons and mint in summer. The best and most refreshing drinks have to have them in.

  2. Tracy Nixon says:

    I love refreshing Fanta Lemon during the Summer!

    1. Sew White says:

      That is a classic!

  3. Becky says:

    I love these jars they are definitely in my lust for a summer party must have and the lemonade gin sounds delicious – dreaming of warmer days!

    1. Sew White says:

      Dreaming of warmer days too. Bliss!

  4. BaBs says:

    Mmmm one of many gin drinks to do for the summer just need tone get the lovely drinks dispenser can’t wait for the summer

    1. Sew White says:

      Summer can not come soon enough!

  5. Samantha loughlin says:

    Cranberry and orange loads of ice

  6. cheryl hadfield says:

    I love homemade lemonade

  7. Katie Skeoch says:

    Soda water & lime, lovely & Refreshing

  8. sallyann Johnston says:

    Cloudy lemonade is always very refreshing and tasty x

  9. Leila Benhamida says:

    My favourite spring drink is ginger beer. Wonderful prize.

  10. kim neville says:

    cold Cream soda

  11. Anna says:

    A glass of this drink will give me refresh my body, thanks for sharing.

  12. Helen Adams says:

    I love ginger beer

  13. Ooh that looks amazing and a perfect way to use a bottle of gin! Need one of those dispensers too, they are so pretty

  14. What a fab drinks dispenser, perfect for a summer BBQ! Your gin lemonade looks cooling a delicious too;-)

  15. Ellie-Rose says:

    I absolutely love a Pimm’s in summer! Or a ice cold glass of real lemonade, not the fizzy stuff!! Can’t wait for summer bbq’s!!

  16. Ellie-Rose says:

    I absolutely love a Pimm’s in summer! Or a ice cold glass of real lemonade, not the fizzy stuff!! Can’t wait for summer bbq’s!!

  17. Gwen Maynard says:

    Home made lemonade.

  18. Sarah Plant says:

    I’ve got a thing for apple juice at the moment, really refreshing!

  19. This looks so refreshing! Perfect for a garden party.

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