Last Updated on September 15, 2021
Enjoy the last of summer with delicious cans from Taylors and Croft Port & Tonic ready-to-drink.
While whatever was pretending to be summer this year is almost over now, I still have hopes for an Indian Summer. And, what could be better than a Chip Dry White Port and Tonic. Taylor’s Port was the first to produce a dry white aperitif port with their Chip Dry White Port, which was first blended in 1934. It’s a drink I love for white port cocktails and it is recognised as the perfect Port to make a refreshing and elegant Port and Tonic cocktail, it is now available in a stylish and convenient pre-mixed 250ml can.
The ready-to-drink 5.5% abv, Taylor’s Chip Dry and Tonic, the first Port & Tonic in a can, is perfect for enjoying at home, alfresco in the park or at the beach with friends and family. The can is light, 100% recyclable, easy to carry and store. I can promise you it’s absolutely delicious in a long glass over ice with a slice of lemon or orange. The sort of light, summer drink that you know you’ll enjoy all year round too.
Now, there’s a new Port & Tonic in a can that’s just right for you if you prefer a slightly sweeter drink. Croft Pink & Tonic as the name suggests is based on Croft Pink Port. The first Port rosé was introduced by Croft in 2008 and it’s a drink I like sipping on its own at the end of a meal. Lighter and fruitier than tawny or ruby port, it’s delicious with chocolate or with a bowl of fresh berries. This port & tonic though is another great aperitif – something to serve chilled, on the rocks with a few berries as a garnish.
You can find the cans in various retailers including Ocado, EH Booth, Oddbins and The Bottle Shop. But, if you’d like the chance to win a case of each (that’s 12 cans of Taylor’s Chip Dry White Port & Tonic and 12 of Croft Pink & Tonic that you can share with family and friends. All you need to do for a chance to win is follow through the rafflecopter. There are extra entries for social media shares and follows – but please make sure you answer the mandatory question – who would you share your Taylor’s Chip Dry & Tonic and Croft Pink & Tonic cans with and why?