THE LITTLE BOTTLE THAT’S BIG ON TASTE
It might look small, but Smidgin is mighty in flavour. It’s a gin for making a low alcohol G&T, but it’s actually packed with 10 times the botanicals for big gin flavour. It’s distilled in the same way as all Adnams gins, but we increase the intensity of its six-ingredient recipe of juniper, sweet orange peel, hibiscus flower, coriander seed, cardamom pods and orris root. So all you need is a Smidgin with your tonic for a full-flavoured, low alcohol G&T.
MADE TO DO MORE WITH LESS
Smidgin is ideal if you want to cut back on alcohol without losing out on the gin taste you love, or if you’re choosing to live a healthier lifestyle. Using the copper measure that comes with the bottle, just add 2.5ml (or half-a-teaspoon) of Smidgin to 200ml of your favourite tonic to get a full-flavoured, real gin experience for just 0.6% ABV, which is just 0.1 unit of alcohol. As Smidgin is a true gin, it has the same shelf-life as a regular spirit. There are no storage issues after opening. This, coupled with 80 servings in each 200ml bottle means Smidgin is long-lasting in more ways than one.
HOW TO MAKE A SMIDGIN AND TONIC
It couldn’t be simpler to serve up Smidgin. Create a low-alcohol gin that packs a punch in the taste stakes. Once you’ve mixed half-a-teaspoon (2.5ml) of Smidgin with your long tonic over ice, add a twist of orange to get the finished effect in just, well, a smidgin of time.
For the perfect low-alcohol French 75…
Shake 2.5ml Smidgin, 10ml fresh Lemon Juice, 15ml Sugar Syrup, with ice.
Strain and pour into a flute glass. Top with alcohol-free sparkling wine.
Garnish with a twist of lemon peel.Share