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Friday Night Cocktail


Embrace the Friday feeling with this sumptuous Park Apple Fizzer - a light, refreshing cocktail blending classic seasonal fruits. With traditional ginger ale and Bombay Sapphire the star ingredients, it's the perfect start to the promised weekend heatwave. Cheers!

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Ingredients (serves one)

50ml Bombay Sapphire

20ml Lemon Juice

50ml Apple Juice

130ml Ginger Ale

1 Lime Wedge

All ingredients are available from Ocado


1. Fill a tall glass ¾ full of cubed ice

2. Add the ingredients

3. Stir well

4. Garnish with a lime wedge and serve with two straws

5. Enjoy!



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