What better way to celebrate our almost-one-year quarantinaversary than by keeping the drinks a-flowing, whether cider’s the apple of your eye, you’re in the mood for a new natty wine, or perhaps (twelve months later?) you’re still testing your cocktail-making skills. Whatever it is, we’ve got a right boozy selection to see in the new month…

MOTH Cocktails in a Can

Inspired by good times and late nights, MOTH cocktails make drinking from home a top-quality occasion. And these canned cocktails come in four of our fave classics…Margarita, Old Fashioned, Negroni and Espresso Martini. Crack open the cans and get sipping.


Bowl Grabber’s Alvarinho Wine

Bowl Grabber is a premium people’s wine, founded by two mates and a master of wine. Their first wine, Alvarinho, is not only award-winning, but it also comes in three formats – the faithful bottle, an easy to sip can or a bigger bag-in-box. It’s zesty, peachy and vegan too.


Laylo Tempranillo Wine

Laylo want to make wine an everyday pleasure and that’s an ethos we can get on board with. Their Tempranillo is sustainably sourced from Spain and, like all of their wines, it’s boxed rather than bottled so it stays fresher for longer and is better for the environment. If you like Rioja, you’ll love this.


Foxhole Spirit’s Hyke Gin

With a mission to produce premium spirits by using wasted resources, Hyke Gin is distilled with surplus grapes. It’s a one-of-a-kind flavour featuring notes of cardamom, juniper and lemon zest. And although it’s great as it is, pair it with elderflower and fresh thyme for a heavenly cocktail.


CBD-infused Rebel Wine

These wines are the first UK-produced wine containing CBD and they naturally infuse their vino with some of the finest organic hemp. The can of Merlot is surprisingly soft and fruity, whilst the Rosé and Sauvignon Blanc are refreshing and make for great everyday drinking.


Low Intervention XL Wine

Massimo and Antonella, the couple behind this bottle, were originally architects but they moved to the Spanish hills and decided to make wine. Boy are we glad they did. It’s made from the ever-reliable white grape Xarel-lo with citrusy, fruity notes – another stellar sparkling from Low Intervention.


Beavertown High Priestess

The High Priestess is the latest addition to Beavertown’s Tempus Project and this Gose-style beer is fermented using a natural wine yeast. Fancy, eh? Expect citrus tones, honeysuckle aromas and a touch of green olives. This one’s for beer fans ready to explore a new brewing territory.


Umbrella Cider

London’s only independent cider producer, Umbrella, has introduced this colourful number to their collection. The Apple Cider is made with British Dabinett and Cox apples so it’s fruity, delicate and easily drinkable. Team with their Rhubarb Cider and get ready for some juicy lockdown drinking.