Gin Lovers Christmas Gift Guide 2018. Are you looking for gift ideas for someone who loves Gin this Christmas?
If so I have a few different ideas to share with you today.
Gin Lovers Christmas Gift Guide 2018:
The first thing that pops into my head for a gin lover is; a bottle of gin!
There are 100’s of different gins to choice from. So which one to pick!?
I have tried a few different ones over the years, the good thing though there are always more to try…
Chase Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin:
I love flavoured Gin’s and cannot wait to try this Chase Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin. The flavours sound so tasty.
From William Chase’s farm comes an irresistible twist on a classic. With freshly cut apple and crumble on the nose, sweet rhubarb on the palate and a hint of warm spice on the finish, it’s utterly unique and unmistakably English.
£39.99 from Waitrose &Partners.
VonShef Brushed Gold Highball Glasses:
How pretty are these VonShef Brushed Gold Highball Glasses?
Brushed gold or copper glasses are all the rage at the minute and are beautiful for serving up your drinks.
Perfect for serving a Gin or cocktail up in them at Christmas.
These brushed gold highball glasses are beautiful and add a touch of class to any drink. Not only do they look good the stainless steel construction boasts insulating properties to maintain the temperature of the contents for longer.
These high-quality gold coated stainless steel glasses are also completely shatterproof and hold around 450ml of drinks.
You can buy them her and cost £14.99 for a set of 2: VonShef Brushed Gold Highball Glasses.
Ring For Gin Bell:
When life hands you lemons, crack open the gin! Or, one better, ring your Gin Bell or have someone do it for you.
How sweet is this bell when you want someone to bring you gin? Ring Ring!!
I am hoping this one works for me 😉
The Ring for Gin Bell helps you re-gin-erate after a long day at the office or a stressful outing with the family.
A gentle gin-a-ling on the bell (which you should keep with you at all times), is all the work you should have to do to get your hands around an ice cold ginny gin gin.
You can find one here: Ring For Gin Bell priced at £4.99.
Rock Rose Gin:
This gin hails from the UK’s most northerly mainland distillery which is run by a Husband and Wife team.
It features hand-foraged botanicals sourced from the local cliffs and forests, including its namesake the Rhodiola Rosea, and is slowly and carefully distilled by hand.
They also have a Winter Edition coming out which features spruce tips (making it one of the only gins in the world to be made with Christmas trees) and could make a lovely Christmas gift.
About Rock Rose Gin:
Flavourful and fresh, zesty yet berryful with a long smooth finish.
Rock Rose gin gets its wonderful flavour from a carefully selected and put together creation of local and traditional botanicals.
Each one was meticulously chosen for their flavour properties to create the perfect taste.
You can find it here: Rock Rose Gin and is priced up at £34.00 for 700ml bottle.
Pickerings Christmas Gin Baubles From Laithwaite’s Wine:
How sweet are these Christmas tree baubles full gin?
There’s nothing like decorating the Christmas tree to get you into the festive spirit and these colourful baubles from Pickering’s will help you do that in the literal sense, as each one is filled with their classic Edinburgh Gin.
They will look beautiful on your Christmas tree but can you wait until Christmas to try one?
You can find these Christmas baubles here: Pickerings Christmas Gin Baubles (6x5cl) priced at £35.00
There Is A Good Chance This Is Gin Mug:
Do you know someone who would love gin in a mug?
Or maybe someone who loves drinking tea but secretly wished it was gin?
How lovely is this gin mug?
No beating around the bush – this mug states loud and proud that there’s a good chance the contents of the mug is gin.
Great if you’re looking for gin themed gifts for any unashamed gin lover, this mug is designed in refreshing shades of green and grey, and is altogether a very cheeky way to drink alcohol in the middle of the day.
Great for your favourite brew, this mug measures about 12 cm tall so is a good size.
It’s great for both hot and cold drinks and has a lovely, quality look and feel to it.
You can find it here: There Is A Good Chance This Is Gin Mug priced at £5.99.
Gin & Tonic Garnish Box:
I always think my gin looks a bit dull if I only have ice cubes to add to it. Not anymore with this Gin & Tonic Garnish Box.
Owned by the Seasoned Pioneers, who are famous for their world-class herbs, spices and chillies.
The Spice Pioneer has used decades of experience to source the finest ingredients to take your simple Gin & Tonic tipple to expensive wine bar standards in moments.
Including a selection of authentic spices and botanical ingredients from lavender flowers to juniper berries, each box also includes a handy guide to give you some inspiration. You will be a expert in no time.
You can find them here: Gin & Tonic Garnish Box (RRP £12.95).
Let The Games Be-Gin – Drinking Game:
Love drinking party games at Christmas?
How about this fun Let The Games Be-Gin – Drinking Game?
If you’re looking to really step up the fun at your next party, this is the genuine article!
This game is for the daring gin lovers looking to get tipsy the classy way.
You’ll get 12 plastic cups, all in that bottle green colour synonymous with our favourite tipple, with classy gold edging, as well as 4 lightweight balls in green and yellow. The rules of play are simple; fill each of the 12 cups with a gin-credible mixed drink, and arrange them into two triangle formations at either end of the table; split into 2 teams and take it in turns to throw a ball into the cup of the opposing team, if you land it, they drink it!
The game continues until all the cups on one side of the table have been removed, and the losing team must finish any cups left on the winning team side.
Basically, it’s beer pong. Beer pong but with gin and pretty cups, so you can feel all classy and grown-up.
Move over Charades, THIS is the game everyone will be excited to play with you at your next party.
You can find this here: Let The Games Be-Gin Drinking Game priced at £10.99.
What do you think of these Gin Lovers Christmas Gift Guide 2018 ideas?
About this post- This post contains PR samples. All thoughts are my own and I was not paid for this post.
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