(Picture: Echo Falls)If you love wine and you’re a fan of gin, and you often find yourself facing the difficult decision of which to drink on a night out, you’ll be over the moon to know both now come mixed in a big bottle.
Yep, Echo Falls has released a rosé and gin mix, and it’s the perfect alcoholic drink to get us ready for the summer (even though we’ve still got months to go, sob).
Echo Falls has released the Echo Falls Rosé Wine & Gin Fusion, and it sounds positively amazing.
It comes in the normal Echo Falls wine bottle and has strawberry and raspberry flavouring – so it’s sweet while still having some dry alcohol in there.
Echo Falls announced the launch on Facebook, writing: ‘A match made in heaven! We’ve taken our fruity rosé and infused it with gin, to give you an early taste of summer!’
(Picture: Echo Falls)The rosé and gin fusion is available exclusively at the Co-Op, and costs £5. Yes, £5 for gin AND rosé. Incredible.
It comes as part of the Fruit Fusion range, which already includes Tropical Fruits, White Peach & Mango and Raspberry & Cassis flavours.
But, if you were planning to get super tipsy from the bottle, you’re out of luck, because it doesn’t actually contain that much alcohol – it has 9% ABV.
However, people are still excited for it, with the Facebook post receiving over 42,000 comments and nearly 10,000 likes.
One person wrote: ‘This is an actual recipe for disaster and will probably result in my death. I love it’.
Another said: ‘Wine and gin. What a hangover you’d get from that’.
Someone else wrote: ‘Ohhh yummy. I may have to try that’.
Some people aren’t so keen, and are a little confused at the lack of alcohol, given it’s a mix of wine and gin.
One Facebook user said: ‘Only 9% what’s the point????’
Another person put: ‘I am confused. How can a ‘fusion’ between something that is 11%abv and something that is 37-40%abv result in something that is 9%abv?!’
And someone else commented: ‘Sounds disgusting and only 9% so how much gin? A thimble full’.
Regardless of the amount of alcohol in it, we’ve got to give it to Echo Falls for releasing something that combines two very popular tipples.
And hey, at £5, it’s not too expensive if you fancy buying a few.
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