Tipplesworth cocktail mixers:
Christmas – that time of year when we all celebrate, party, enjoy ourselves and, if we are not really careful, get burnt out trying our best to be unusual, innovative, interesting, creative and perfect. Doing everything from scratch at Christmas seems obligatory – and yet it’s really not!
For me, every little helps and that’s why Tipplesworth sounds like such a great idea! Their premium handcrafted and all natural non-alcoholic mixers make it easy to mix up a fuss-free cocktail – and each 500ml bottle contains enough for around five servings when mixed with spirits.
Tipplesworth was founded by Frankie Snobel aka ‘Lady Tipplesworth’, a mixologist with over a decade’s experience of mixing award-winning cocktails across the globe. An all British brand, Tipplesworth aims to demystify cocktails and help you to create beautifully-blended cocktails from the comfort of your own abode. They launched in London in 2013 and have been taking the drinks market by storm.
I’m waiting to try for myself, but in the meanwhile, Tipplesworth has offered a lovely festive prize for one lucky London-Unattached reader. Their popular Cocktail Mixer Carrier retails at £14.99 and includes three handcrafted all natural non-alcoholic mixers. Tipplesworth recommends the Raspberry Mojito is mixed with white rum, the Espresso Martini with vodka and the Bramble with gin. But just in case you need a bit of help, each bottle has “how to” infographics on the side for easy mixing. And of course, the mixers can also make alcohol-free serves.
One lucky London-Unattached reader will win a set of three for themselves along with the seasonal special, the Mince Pie syrup, which retails at £6.99 – it’s a delightful twist on a Christmas classic. And, you can easily mix it into a ‘Mince Pie Martini’ using rum and pressed apple juice. It’s made with all of the same ingredients used to make a mince pie filling – pure cane sugar, water, raisins, currants, apple, orange peel, lemon juice, mixed spice.
So, why not have a go – all you need to do is pop over to the Tipplesworth site for some inspiration, then let me know in the comments below what cocktail you’d make and with what Tipplesworth mixer.