Sipsmith London, the Official Gin Partner of The Championships, Wimbledon, has selected Sipsmith Strawberry Smash as the official cocktail of the tournament. This limited-edition gin is handcrafted in celebration of the partnership between the two British icons leading up to The Championships.

Capturing the essence of British summer sipping, Sipsmith Strawberry Smash is distilled using real Wimbledon strawberries from the 2020 harvest from Hugh Lowe Farms in Kent, England, the exclusive grower for The Championships. In the absence of the tournament last year, these meticulously grown strawberries were instead used to celebrate the partnership between Sipsmith and Wimbledon, creating a first-of-its-kind gin.

Sipsmith is the quintessential expression of a classic London Dry Gin and is essential for perfecting the highest quality cocktail serves. This summery twist on the classic style gin is a perfectly balanced, yet subtly sweet gin – best sipped in a Gin & Tonic or Wimbledon Collins.

Sipsmith Strawberry Smash is available nationwide as a limited-time offering with a Suggested Retail Price of $29.99 USD – inviting U.S. sippers to experience this uniquely handcrafted gin to perfect your serve this summer.

Sipsmith Wimbledon Collins


2 parts Sipsmith Strawberry Smash

1 part lemon juice

½ part simple syrup

Soda water

Strawberries and a lemon twist for garnish



Combine the Strawberry Smash, lemon juice, and simple syrup in an ice-filled highball or collins glass. Top with soda water and garnish with fresh strawberries and a lemon twist.

This year only, Sipsmith is offering U.S. sippers the exclusive chance to win the champion of all sweepstakes. Enter for the chance to win the ultimate 4-day, 3-night Wimbledon experience in London in 2022, along with a host of gincredible prizes, including weekly draws and regional prizes. For more information and official rules, please visit

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