Good Sunday Lemon Gin Soda

473 mL can  |   LCBO#:  19106
$2.95
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    Childhood friends Christian and Dylan set out to craft a gin soda low in alcohol without compromising the flavours. This palate-cleansing creation is made by combining local Ontario gin, real lemon juice and freshly carbonated water. 100 calories, 1 g of sugar and 3% alc. Enjoy in a Highball glass stacked with ice cubes.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    473 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    3%
    Made In:
    Ontario, Canada
    By:
    Good Sunday Inc.
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    473 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    3%
    Made In:
    Ontario, Canada
    By:
    Good Sunday Inc.

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