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Regular readers will know that I’m a big gin fan and so Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a guide full of gin gifts perfect for gin lovers. Here are some ideas for the gin lover in your life.
A gift guide of gin gifts wouldn’t be complete without actual gin and there are so many options on the market. For the novelty factor I love these Gin Baubles from First4Hampers which have three different varieties of gin from the Lakes Distillery in them and are perfect for hanging on the tree and indulging through the festive season.
A gin gift pack is always well received and a gift box from the English Drinks Company would be a fantastic gift. This gift box includes 5cl bottles of delicious Cucumber, Pink and Orangery gins in a gift box – letting the recipient try a whole variety of gins with one lovely gift.
For a more festive flavour why not try Anno’s Cranberry and Gin from Produced in Kent. Seasonally spiced with sweet orange, cassia and cloves it really is the taste of Christmas in a bottle and would be good to use to make a festive fizz by topping it up with Prosecco. A lovely gin gift for any gin lover at this time of year.
You cannot get more festive than the Unicorn Tears Festive Gin Liqueur from Firebox. Wonderfully infused with Christmas pudding it has the warming taste of dried fruit, cinnamon, cloves, sugar and treacle. It’s also packed with a snowy, silvery shimmer which you can see as soon as you give the bottle a little shake. Gin gifts don’t get much more festive than this!
For a personalised way to enjoy any gin cocktail why not give a personalised cocktail glass from Born Gifted. Beautifully etched with your choice of personalisation it’s a gift that can be enjoyed through the year – and means the recipient will never get their drink mixed up either. A really thoughtful gin gift for the gin lover in your life.
Any gin lover likes to play around with different tastes and flavours so a Gin & Tonic Garnish Box from The Spice Pioneer would be a great gin themed gift. It’s available to buy on it’s own or you get it free with a Spice Pioneer Subscription and the box contains a drink pairing guide as well as Rose Petals, Lavender Flowers, Green Cardamom Pods, Pink Peppercorns, Juniper Berries, Star Anise, Saffron Threads and Rosemary.
To add a little gin to every aspect of their life you could give the gift of Spreadable Gin – gin and tonic marmalade. A fantastic stocking filler for any gin lover, this award-winning gin-infused preserve is such a versatile kitchen staple – bake with it, top things with it or just eat it straight from the jar.
Every gin lover needs something to drink gin out of and these glasses from Portmeirion would make a wonderful gift this Christmas. The Auris Gin Glasses come in a beautiful gift box and are both delicate and elegant, finished with sparkly Swarovski crystals. They are the perfect size for a gin and tonic.
For a novelty but practical gift a Gindependent Woman notebook from Love Layla would make a fantastic gifts. Matching products are also available and I know that every gin lover in my life would smile when writing in a notebook like this.
My ideal gift as a gin lover would be a gin hamper and there isn’t much better than the Spicers of Hythe Gin & Tonic Lovers Hamper. It’s a treat that can be enjoyed throughout the year and is packed full of gin and tonic themed goodies. Beautifully presented in a Spicers of Hythe box, the hamper includes The Lakes Elderflower Gin, two bottles of Fentimans Tonic Water, Joe & Seph’s Gin & Tonic Popcorn, Melting Pot Gin Fudge Bar, Dormen Blend No5 nut mix and Treat Kitchen Gin & Tonic Gourmet Gummies. This would be a really wonderful gift for anyone who loves gin and tonic flavours – I know I’d love to find it under my tree this year.
And if you just can’t think of what to get the gin lover in your life you can’t go wrong with a Buy a Gift voucher. A Distillery Tour and Gin Tasting experience would be a wonderful gift or you could choose from their full range of gin experiences – a gin masterclass, gin afternoon tea, a gin tour or sightseeing followed by a lovely gin and tonic!
As a big gin fan I know that a drink or two will be enjoyed over the festive season and that I will no doubt have my own gin themed gifts under the tree this year. So, what would be your top gift for the gin lover in your life?