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    Win 24 bottles of tonic and three bottles of gin with Double Dutch @ Foodism

    PRODUCT: Gin and tonics
    PERIOD: Once
    DETAILS:
    IF YOU'RE A G&T fan, you'll probably already have an idea of your preferred gin, and know which flavour notes you like and dislike. But what about tonic? Because, as Double Dutch's great-tasting drinks prove, not all mixers are created equal.
    Double Dutch's mixers have revolutionised the enjoyment of spirits, adding complex flavours and satisfying aromas which enhance each drink and add superlative quality and smoothness. The company's drinks are much more than double the taste sensation – they're a way of discovering a whole new world of cocktails.
    What's more, Double Dutch has seven perfectly balanced mixers to choose from:
    Cucumber and watermelon tonic
    Pomegranate and basil tonic
    Cranberry tonic
    Indian tonic
    Skinny tonic
    Ginger beer
    Soda water

    If you fancy trying these revolutionary mixers for yourself, you're in luck. We've teamed up with Double Dutch to offer one lucky reader a hamper with 24 bottles of tonic and three bottles of gin – Portobello, Martin Millers and Warner Edwards. Your drinks cabinet will be all set for summer.

    To enter, simply answer the question below.

    The question is: How many mixers do Double Dutch make?

    My answer: 7

    Submission message: THANKS FOR ENTERING! WE'LL BE IN TOUCH IF YOU WIN!
    RULES: By entering, you agree to receive Foodism's weekly newsletter that includes the latest food inspiration, product news and competitions.

    By entering, you agree to be contacted by Double Dutch.

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