Drinks to try this June

Drinks to try this June
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Here’s our pick of drinks to try this June.

Desi Daru Vodka

Desi Daru Vodka is an ultra-premium award-winning vodka brand that represents the meeting of two worlds: India and Britain. Its beautiful bottle design is joint by its excellent taste. Through using the highest quality ingredients from the jungles of Maharashtra and the lush English countryside, Desi Daru is a vodka that embodies the marriage between East and West, a combination of the spiritual and the spirited, for a taste like no other.

Desi Daru is available to buy from Amazon for £35.00 for 70cl

Pancho Datos Tequila

Pancho Datos Tequila is a premium 100% Blue Weber agave tequila crafted for life’s most memorable occasions, with a history and brand identity rooted in over 70 years of Mexican Folklore. Tequila Pancho Datos offers two expressions of tequila: Plata and Reposado. Plata is unaged which gives an unadulterated agave taste, natures and beautifully smooth. Reposado is rested for 10 months in ex-bourbon White Oak casks giving the tequila a perfect blend of agave, vanilla, caramel and wood flavours.

£56.95 and £61.95 RRP respectively for 70cl Master of Malt

Neurita Tequila Blanco – Citrus – 35% abv

Winner of the ‘Best Flavoured Tequila’ at the World Tequila Awards 2023, Neurita Tequila Blanco Citrus sees the finest agave tequila infused with fresh Sicilian orange & tangerine fruit extracts. Perfect for a classic margarita.

Wow Cacao Water

Stay hydrated this summer with this great-tasting, mega-hydrating bottle of cacao water.


MOMO Kombucha
South London based husband and wife team, MOMO Kombucha, create Great Taste Award winning kombucha using natural methods; 24th June 2024 sees the New Covent Garden Market based brewery launch collaborative Watermelon Kombucha (RRP £4.50 per 330ml glass bottle) with Natoora, available from MOMO, Natoora, Gail’s Bakery, Selfridges, Planet Organic and Whole Foods Market throughout the summer.

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