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G&T’s are growing on trees at The Living Room this summer

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We’ve been hot for G&T’s for a couple years now. Since Sipsmith kicked off the craft gin renaissance back in 2017 by managing to get the 1751 Gin Act repealed, we’ve been gradually making our way back to the ‘Gin Craze’ that called for the measures to be implemented in the first place.

Always there to take things to the next level is Deansgate bar and restaurant The Living Room. They sent the internet nuts earlier this year when they introduced the people of Manchester to Pornstar Martini trees.

Now they’re doing it again – this time with gin and tonics instead.

They’re working with Tanqueray to showcase the new range of Rangpur and Sevilla gins which show a more exotic side to the classic London Dry brand by adding rare Rangpur limes and bittersweet Seville oranges to their four key botanicals.

On the tree are three classic Tanqueray gins served with Fever Tree slimline tonic and garnished with their signature serve, a lime wedge.

You also get three Tanqueray Rangpur gins served with Fever Tree elderflower and garnished with lime and mint, alongside three Tanqueray Sevilla served with Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic and garnished with orange and mint.

Super refreshing and perfect in the middle of the heatwave we’re experiencing right now.

You and your squad can get a mixture of 9 G&T’s to share between you for just £55. As you might expect, demand is pretty high so we’d recommend calling ahead to reserve a table, particularly if you’re planning on heading in on the weekend.

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