49+ of the Most Beautiful Gin Bottles in the World
We see hundreds of bottles of gin not only pass through our office but also at festivals, events and more. We always take note of any bottles that catch our eye as well of course of any that we love the taste of. We thought it was about time we compiled a list of the most beautiful gin bottles we’ve come across for you to view. There’s quite a few (49) so sit back, make a cuppa or a G&T and have a browse. Let us know your favourites!
We’ll start with this fabulous (and delicious) Welsh gin! Iechyd da!
Look how cool this bottle is! We love the stopper and the interesting distilling technique on the label …
Stylish, understated and elegant. This bottle is made even more fab knowing that Ryan Reynolds currently owns the company!
An elegant and rather classy bottle from Lancashire! Definitely puts us in the Christmassy mood …
The brown paper wrap around label gives that artisan gin effect!
Blue Bottle Dry Gin
A blue which we love and a gin that tastes fantastic!
Elegant, fun and colourful!
We have included this bottle in our list this time round by checking out your recommendations.
Thanks to Yvonne M, Jane P and Susanne R for this suggestion!
Broken Heart Gin
The design and name of this gin is incredibly personal.
Find out more about the story behind this beautiful bottle here
A turquoise glass with an inset logo, we love this!
We love the shape of this bottle, as it’s completely unique and we’re yet to see another gin (or spirit) with a bottle like this.
Chinnery Dublin Dry Gin
This is the kind of bottle that would sit on your shelf long after being drunk because it’s so beautiful and unique!
Christopher Wren Gin
From the City of London Distillery we love this bottle!
Another recommendation, thanks for the reminding us of this one Sarah W!
Imagine if your interior design Pinterest board were a gin … this would be it.
Just check out their Instagram page!
A dorset dry gin that’s distilled in a copper pot, the bottle makes hints to this with the top.
Well this is truly a special design, one we want to see on our shelf!
We think this bottle is ridiculously cool … we hope we look as suave as the woman on the label after a few gins!
Another great suggestion for the list by Sarah B
Available in various colours, it’s a design we just can’t stop looking at.
With a cork in the top and beautifully shaped bottle this is one of our favourites.
Fifty Eight Gin
The Prohibition inspired label for this beautiful bottle was created by legendary tattoo artist
Mo Coppoletta – who has worked with brand giants such as Samsung and Rolls-Royce!
A unique bottle designed with a ‘wrapped in fishing net’ theme
The Forest Gin Bottle, designed by Wade Ceramics who have been creating beautiful designs since 1810, is made of local Staffordshire Porcelain in a bid to use all local materials! We love this ethos, and the beautiful bottle of course!
This has always been one our favourites and it will for many years!
Gunpowder Irish Gin
Do I even need to explain what makes this bottle amazing??
This would be in our top 3 bottles we think!
Big thanks to Sarah B, Ros P, Mairi S, Fenn M & Claire S for the suggestion!
Our absolutely wonderful Gintern Holly has created her own gin … and the bottle is as fab as she is!
Want a bottle of your own? Course you do! Pre-order yours here
Jam Jar Gin
We know this bottle may not be to everyone’s tastes but we love it! Plus it’s totally reusable!
Hey why not fill it with homemade sloe gin jam – recipe curtesy of our Gintern?!
This is exactly the kind of scene we envision when we see this beautifully elegant bottle.
King of Soho
A bold design and one that certainly stands out from the crowd.
Koval Dry Gin
The colours make the bottle we think
We here at ILoveGin are such super fans of Italian brand Malfy … we have featured all four of the gins below in our boxes but we just can’t decide which is our favourite! What do you think?
A bottle as cool and stylish as the place in which it’s made!
It’s a whopping 50.2% but trust us … it’s delicious
We (especially Meg) LOVE this bottle and particularly the gin inside!
It’s cool, stylish and true to the aesthetic of the era in which it was born.
Fun fact: the Monkey on the label is called Max, and whilst living in Berlin Zoo in post WW2 Germany
he was sponsored by Wing Commander Montgomery Collins of the Royal Air Force, who was
stationed in West Berlin. Collins later founded Schwarzwald Dry Gin which became Monkey 47 Gin in 2006!
You can find out more about this gin here
The ILoveGin gang were lucky enough to meet the nginious! team at the Goodwood Revival festival this year.
The gins are fantastic and innovative and the bottle designs are original and just cool!
[Fun fact: the bottle design was inspired by an old Victorian hip flask found at Notting Hill Market!]
This Atlantic Galician gin comes from Spain and we love the unique map bottle design.
Opihr (Ready to drink) Gin
We do love a bit of Opihr at the end of a long Monday, but since their new Ready To Drink Range launched this year we have been obsessed. I mean look at these bottles, they’re beautiful!
Can you tell we’re a fan of cork stoppers?
Do I need to explain? All the Portobello Road gin bottles are gorgeous.
There’s a lot going on, but you have to admit the design is pretty special.
A suggestion by many, the rock rose gin features a white bottle, quite unusual but we love it. Thanks to Sarah B & Claire B for the suggestion.
Another we liked the look of.
Seppeltsfield Distillery House Gin
We unfortunately haven’t tried this gin, but if it’s as good as the bottle we’re in for a treat!
Slingsby Rhubarb Gin
We really do like the original blue Slingsby bottle, but how good does this Rhubarb gin look!
Plus – such a fan of the label design!
Studer Classic Swiss Gin
A unique Swiss gin bottle, beautiful!
Tamworth Garden Wild Hops Gin
Look at this bottle!! Look at it!
Trevethan Chauffeur’s Reserve Cornish Gin
The name is a bit of a mouthful but this bottle is seriously suave
Watenshi Gin from the Cambridge Gin Distillery
So, before you look at this bottle and think ‘BEAUTIFUL, WHERE CAN I BUY??’ you should know that this gin will set you back a whopping £2000. This gin has unsurprisingly won awards and uses interesting Japanese botanicals, however the bottle itself really does ramp up the price.
The glass bottle is hand blown in Cambridge, the stoppers made in Switzerland and the feathers – made of silver of course – were designed by jeweller Antoine Sandoz (whose clients include Chanel and Tom Ford!!)
What a fab homage to York’s famous Roman Walls – which were erected in around 71AD!
We hope you enjoyed our updated list, but as usual we want to hear what you think! If there’s a beautiful bottle out there that we have missed, please get in touch in the comments section and let us know!
Also you can keep your suggestions coming in, on our Facebook post.
Great suggestion by Mary M!
How cute is this bottle?! It has a bow tie!!
Suggestion from Sarah from Twitter!
We love this bottle design from our friends over at Audemus Spirits who also created another gin on this list – Pink Pepper!
Clearly they know how to create a beautiful bottle … or two
Thank you to Maxine F for this suggestion!
Fynoderee have beautiful bottles for all seasons of the year – at current time of posting it’s October so we’ll go with their Autumn gin!
A suggestion generously given by Nina K 😉
This artisanal French gin looks very haute couture indeed!
Le Tribute Gin
Thank you to Anette S for this fab suggestion!
Le Tribute Gin was designed with the look of an old medicine container in mind. We think it achieves this in a beautiful and very stylish way!
One Key Gin
Excellent suggestion from Mirta K
The design for One Key Gin is pretty intriguing because you can only open it by
using a key hidden in the bottom of the bottle!
Suntory Roku Gin
Thanks to Jacquie W for this top notch suggestion!
This bottle as well as the gin inside is a fantastic reflection of Japanese culture. The embossed design on the bottle illustrates the six natural Japanese botanicals used.
The hexagonal shape of the bottle is referenced in the name ROKU which means ‘six’ in Japanese.
The striking calligraphy on the label (made of washi paper) also cannot be missed!
Just as Amy V said when she suggested Thomas Dakin Gin for this list – it’s a very smart bottle indeed!
Three Pugs Gin
Thank you to Ste D who recommended this very intriguing bottle!