Georgian Bay Peach Half Smash

355 mL can  |   LCBO#:  19136
$2.75
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    Top selling and award-winning, Georgian Bay Spirit Company has crafted an exciting new gin-based cocktail. It has half the alcohol and is lower in calories, without compromising in taste. Expect lovely notes of peach, lime and mint. It's light-bodied and refreshingly carbonated with a clean finish. Pair with peach pie.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    355 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    2.5%
    Made In:
    Ontario, Canada
    By:
    Georgian Bay Gin Company
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    355 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    2.5%
    Made In:
    Ontario, Canada
    By:
    Georgian Bay Gin Company

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