Just how glorious has this weather been? As I write this post, I’m sat on my balcony basking in the sun. Laptop on my knee, with my feet up on my homemade outdoor sofa, with a bowl of peaches to hand and an ice cold glass of Lambrini Very Cherry within reach. The current temperature on my phone is showing that it’s warmer in Manchester than in Orlando and it’s 4pm in the afternoon. Utilising my time wisely and getting my posts scheduled in advance, means that it leaves me free time to relax and enjoy the weather over the penultimate Bank Holiday Weekend. A chilled out Friday afternoon, that although it’s getting unbearably warm, the Vitamin D is giving me a much needed boost.
I recently spent time decorating my balcony ready for summer, and I for one am in love with the tropical oasis that I have created. Since my last post, I’ve added some greenery in the form of tropical Mountain Palm plants as well as a hot pink Cordyline that fits beautifully with the colour scheme. I can’t wait for dusk each night to watch my fairy lights twinkle away on the railings of my balcony, and it’s really quite heavenly out here.
Gone are the days of associating Lambrini with drunken Friday and Saturday nights. It’s become a more refined, easy drinking, sweet and fruity refreshment, that quenches thirst. It’s perfect for the sunny days and afternoons of unwinding, either alone or with friends. The Lambrini Sparkling Fruit Wine has brought out a range of new flavours; Very Cherry, So Strawberry, Truly Peachy, Skinny Original and of course the Original flavour. At 5% ABV, it’s very lightweight compared to other wines and more of an easy, laid back drink. The best part is, it’s only £3 a bottle at Tesco.
To long and lazy summer days…Cheers!
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