7 Gin-Tastic Gifts To Give Your Gin-Loving Friends
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Besides the obvious choice of a high-quality bottle of gin to be savoured, being a gin-lover opens up a world of gifting possibilities that extend beyond a drink. The botanical perfumed spirit is complex and light, while also giving the drinker a heady buzz worthy of the way it was distilled. Even so, having a few options to choose from when it comes to picking a thoughtful gift, is always a great idea for when your gin-loving friends deserve to be treated with something that is perfect for them.

Gin Subscription Box

What’s better than a delicious bottle of gin? A whole set of them of course! A gin subscription box is a fantastic gift idea for any gin enthusiast as it offers them a chance to sample something new every month and maybe even discover their next favourite. Most subscription boxes include a selection of handpicked gins, along with accompanying mixers, garnishes, and tasting notes that will help the receiver really immerse themselves in the tasting process. It's a gift that keeps on giving, allowing them to explore a variety of gin brands and styles.

Personalised Gin Glasses

Drinking spirits from the correct glass can change the aroma and flavour of the drink. But whether you’re sipping on a highball or enjoying it neat from a tumbler, it’s always nice to have an extra special touch. Get their name, a special message or even a secret message from your past engraved on the glasses to make them feel truly unique. These glasses not only add a touch of elegance to their gin rituals but also serve as a lasting reminder of your friendship they can enjoy every time they have a drink.

Gin Distillery Tour

Knowing the secrets behind the magic can be a thrilling experience for someone who’s really trying to understand their drink better. For a truly memorable gift, consider arranging a visit to a local gin distillery. Many distilleries offer guided tours that provide an inside look at the gin-making process. Your friend will have the opportunity to learn about the botanicals, distillation methods, and the history of gin, all while enjoying tastings along the way. It’s an educational and enjoyable experience that any gin lover will appreciate.

Gin & Tonic Botanicals Set

The heart of any great gin lies in its botanicals. They’re what lend flavour and identity to the spirit and you can change your experience at home with some simple additions. A basic botanical set typically includes a variety of dried botanicals such as juniper berries, cardamom pods and citrus peels. Your friend can experiment with different combinations to create their signature G&T. It’s a thoughtful gift that adds a personal touch to their gin-drinking experience.

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Gin-Infused Chocolates

When you think of boozy chocolates, most people envision something with liqueurs. But gin has the potential to pair just as well as any whisky or liqueur can. So, indulge your friend’s sweet tooth with gin-infused chocolates. These delectable treats combine the rich flavours of chocolate with the subtle notes of gin. Whether you buy them or make them at home, they can be a delightful combination that pairs perfectly with a glass of their favourite gin.

Gin Cocktail Recipe Book

Every cocktail connoisseur is up for trying something new. For friends who enjoy mixing their own cocktails, a gin cocktail recipe book is a valuable resource. Depending on their skill level or preferences, you can choose the right book that offers a wide range of gin-based cocktail recipes, from classic martinis to creative concoctions. Your friend will thank you for all the new flavours and techniques they get to test out and if you’re lucky, you may be the one who gets to try all the new drinks!

Gin Tasting Journal

With all these new experiences and gins to try, a Gin Journal could be the perfect accessory to help your friend track their favourites. A beautiful leather-bound, customised journal offers an aesthetic and convenient way to note down all the tasting notes for new gins that they try, what they liked and what they didn’t. It could even be an opportunity for them to start creating bespoke cocktails of their own.