You Can Now Get Pre-Mixed Espresso Martinis In A Can Perfect For Summer

With temperatures set to soar to up to 25 degrees this week, pretty much everyone is thinking about sneaking off home to light a BBQ in the back garden with a few drinks, amirite?

Well, enjoying a delicious drink in the sunshine has never been so easy with these gorgeous pre-mixed espresso martini cans from Tesco.

Enjoy the luxury taste of the premium cocktail without all the faff in the comfort of your own garden, while enjoying the warm weather. Does it get much better than that?Tesco

The All Shook Up cans are currently on shelves in Tesco for just £1.25 and there is even a deal which means you can buy four of the little treats and get one of them free.

Now, I'm no mathematician but less than a quid per can is pretty damn cheap, so we'll take 12 please...

While we're down at Tesco, we're also going to be sure to pick of some of these pre-mixed Gordon's pink gin and tonic. Yum, yum.

Credit: Tesco
Credit: Tesco

You can either sip straight from the can which makes these perfect for festivals and parties, or you can pour the tasty tipple into a glass over some ice with fresh fruit. Just make sure they are nice and chilled!

Even the little tin is pretty in pink, meaning your Instagram snaps will be extra sassy.

These little treats are on sale for just £1.80 per can, and they also come under the four for the price of three deal, so fill your boots with the little pink treats.

Credit: Instagram/Gordon's Gin
Credit: Instagram/Gordon's Gin

Gordon's first released the pink gin as a limited edition booze, but it thankfully looks like it is here to stay.

The most Instagrammable cocktail ever consists of two parts of the pretty gin, two parts lemonade and one part bubbly.

The boozy brand suggests serving the refreshing drink over lots of ice, garnished with strawberries, which sounds like sass in a glass, if you ask us.

Featured Image Credit: Tesco/PRETTY52

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on

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