Get yourself in the draw to win one of two sets of Riedl Vinum copa-style glasses (the perfect G&T glass) worth $120 per pair, thanks to new Larios Mediterranean Dry Gin
Since it launched in New Zealand last month, Mediterranean gin brand Larios has been re-educating us Kiwis away from fruit-salad-like gin and tonics (seriously, sometimes we want to ask the bartender for a spoon!), and back to a simpler gin experience that fully showcases the gin’s aromatic and citric smells and flavours. Larios’ Mediterranean gin experience pushes gin’s flavor profile more towards citrus and refreshing herbal notes, and advocates using simple lime and orange peel garnishes, and serving the cocktail in a copa, oaked chardonnay or red wine glass rather than a highball, to help elevate the aromas of the spirit to give your nose as well as your tastebuds a party.
Larios Mediterranean Dry Gin
The bestselling gin in Spain, Larios Gin has a clean and refreshingly dry taste, with beautiful citrus aromas thanks to the use of natural ingredients like Mediterranean oranges and lemons.
Trip For Two To The Mediterranean
Larios has been going great guns here since its Kiwi launch, and this April they’re inviting Liquorland customers to celebrate by getting themselves in the draw to win a trip for two to Santorini including return flights, seven nights accommodation in a four-star hotel, and $500 spending money (see Liquorland stores for details).
Get Yourself In The Toast Draw
To celebrate the launch of Larios Gin and the Liquorland exclusive ‘Win A Trip To The Mediterranean’ competition, this week Toast has two pairs of Riedl Vinum Oaked Chardonnay crystal glasses (which happen to make the perfect gin and tonic copa-style glasses, pictured directly below), to give away to lucky readers. Enter yourself in the draw then click below for the perfect Larios gin and tonic recipe.
Riedel’s Vinum Oaked Chardonnay Glasses are specially designed to allow the aromas of the drink to fully build in the bowl of the glass. Perfect for gin and tonics and oaked chardonnay, they can also be used for a variety of wines including white burgundy and pouilly-fuissé.
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