Top 9 alcoholic sweet treats



Gin-flavoured candy diamonds

Smith and Sinclair are practically pioneers in the art of alcohol-sweet infusions. The company’s alcohol-infused pastilles are now produced in co-operation with 32 different alcohol brands, including Langley’s Gin, Sipsmith and Beluga Vodka, and are already stocked in Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges. Its core range of sweets is based around cocktail flavours and includes a berry daiquiri, a spiced rum, a whisky sour, a spring clean, a rhuby mule, a long island high tea, a gin elderflower and thyme and a whisky and amaretto.

Late last year the company expanded beyond its trademark boozy pastilles to host Eat Your Drink, a pop-up shop in London featuring alcoholic candy floss, cocktail dib dabs, alongside a programme alcoholic sweet-treat themed panel discussions and workshops. Introduced as an “immersive experience” that would take “elements of elegant cocktails and combine them with playful confectionery to introduce the world’s first Immersive Edible Alcohol Shop”, Smith and Sinclair promised a “multi-sensory experience”, giving customers the chance to  “smell, eat, touch or catch your cocktail”.

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