Our Christmas gin gift guide has brilliant ideas for interesting, unusual and fun, gin and tonic gifts to get the gin lover in your life.
Whatever your budget, Gin Festival has something every gin fan is sure to love opening up on Christmas day.
Cards are great for showing someone you care and these 4 brilliant gin-themed designs are sure to get them into the festive spirit!
Made with 5% real gin, Joe & Seph's Gin & Tonic Popcorn is a crisp popcorn snack, covered in sweet caramel and packing a nice gin punch. This gorgeous gourmet popcorn is a brilliant stocking stuffer or secret santa present for a gin lover.
And the same caramel they use to make the popcorn is now available to enjoy on its own. Try this amazing sauce drizzled on ice cream, as an ingredient in baking or spread on toast! You can even eat it straight from the jar, it's almost too good not to!
Boozy Berries are a new idea from Pinkster Gin. A natural by-product of their raspberry gin, these gin-soaked berries are perfect with puddings. Try them poured over ice-cream, dipped in chocolate, baked into a cake or as a garnish with your gin.
Let's face it, you can't drink gin all the time. But you can show you love for gin 24/7 with this mug featuring the slogan "Life's too short for single gins."
From Adnams to Zuidam or London to Plymouth (and beyond) Ian Buxton’s 101 gins to try before you die is the authoritative guide to the world of gin. Ideal for people new to gin, this new book from best-selling drinks writer Ian Buxton explores the explosion of innovative gin brands and the artisanal distillers reinventing our favourite drinks
Would you love your house to smell like gin and tonic all day long? Or, do you need an excuse for why your house already smells like gin? Either way, this premium candle is the answer. Lovingly hand poured into upcycled wine bottles, made with soya wax and scented with Tuscan lemons and English juniper
Who doesn't like a Bailey's at Christmas? Sweet and creamy, it makes a delicious treat served over ice. You know what's wrong with it though? It's just not gin! Braeckman Vanilla Jenever fixes that. Sweet and creamy with a rich malty base from the jenever it has just a hint of juniper pepperiness to elevate it to the next level. Great over ice. Even better over ice-cream!
Tangy, spring rhubarb is macerated with ginger and lemon zest before being infused with Edinburgh Gin to create a rose-hued tipple. Its intoxicating warmth is evocative of cosy nights by the fire and hearty winter puddings. Try it mixed with advocaat for a creamy winter cocktail.
1. Buy this jumper.
2. Wear this jumper every day.
3. Family and friends buy you gin for Christmas.
4. Drink gin!
Unisex, available in sizes S-XL.
101 Gins? Try more than 400. Plus, 50 tonics, a brief history of gin and in-depth discussion of gin distilleries and botanicals. There's even coverage of important gin bars and a few recipes for cooking with gin. Need to know what botanicals are in Aviation? How strong is Silent Pool? Where is Pickering’s made? Gin & Tonic: The Complete Guide for the Perfect Mix has the answer. This is the indispensable reference guide for gin enthusiasts.
Could any flavour get more christmassy than cranberry and orange? Taking an excellent London Dry Gin, Addingham have macerated a large quantity of oranges and cranberries to create a fresh and modern English gin liqueur that's phenomenally festive. It works great for New Year's too, especially topped up with some fizz!
Not sure what to get the gin lover in your life? How about all the gins! Gin Explorer is a monthly subscription service where they'll receive a box of 4 different double gins, every month, along with tonics and loads of foodie goodies.
Subscriptions cost £24.99 per month. If you'd love to give the gift of gin all year round then you can set this up to automatically renew. However, you can also send a one-off box to arrive by Christmas. Just make sure to get your orders in before December 5th or they won't make Santa's list.
Get the Gin Festival experience at home with Gin Festival in a Box - The Gin Collection. A gin gift set with 4 gin miniatures and an exclusive gin glass.
A perfect gift for gin lovers, this selection features 4 x 50ml miniature bottles of some of our favourite gins along with a gin glass featuring an exclusive design that is only available in Gin Festival in a Box.
Gin Festival in a Box also contains 2 Té Tonic botanical infusion "teabags," a booklet of tasting notes and a voucher for 10% off future GinFestival.com. purchases.
Win at Christmas and be the host they’ll never forget with these gin Christmas crackers...literally Christmas crackers with bottles of gin in them!
Each cracker contains a 3cl bottle of gin from a selection of award-winning craft distilleries. 6 crackers, 6 different gins.
Each cracker also contains a paper hat and a terrible joke.
This jolly Christmas gin has been bestowed with gifts of frankincense and myrrh creating a fragrant aroma with a finishing note of nutmeg. Heady with rich spices and sweet orange, it has an almost honeyed, thicker mouth-feel thanks to the myrrh.
What do you get the gin fan who has tried everything? A gin they've probably never tried before. Tarquin's Single Estate Cornish Tea Gin is exclusive to Gin Festival, so, unless they've been to one of our events, they won't have tried this unusual gin. And that's a shame because this really is something special. Made with tea from the Tregothnan estate, which, thanks to a subtropical micro-climate, is the only place in the UK where tea is grown commercially. The aromatic tea, Camelia sinensis, is teamed with the key botanicals of kaffir lime, ginger, bee pollen and, of course, juniper to produce a sweet, delicate gin with a long smoky finish.
The Ginvent Calendar - an Advent calendar filled with gins from the world’s top distilleries, is just what you need to get into the Christmas spirit.
Every day of advent brings a new gin treat in the form of a 3cl sample of fantastic gin. Each day is different with featured gin brands ranging from market leaders to artisanal distillers, plus, some rarities and brand new gins as well.
Much more exciting than a piece of chocolate.
If you’re beginning to broaden your gin palate but not sure where to start, then look no further. We have a little guide to give you a hand, when you know you like that gin...try this gin for something new.
You’ve picked up a Gin Festival in a Box - The Craft Gin Collection What next? Cocktails, of course! Try your new gins in a classic and Gin Festival cocktails.
We sat down for a G-Interview with Gordon Castle's Angus Gordon Lennox about the inspiration for his crisp and elegant gin and the overall Gordon Castle brand.
Although it's more famous for whisky, Scotland has produced some amazing gins over the years. These 7 superb Scottish Gins are a few of our favourites.