We all love gin, it’s one of the creations we can be thankful for on those evenings when a G&T is needed after a long day, so when it comes to celebrating Mother’s day (Sunday 31st March, in the UK) we think there is no better way than with gin-related gifts! So make sure you gift mum some good gin. After all you’re the reason why she drinks… 😜
So whether you’re looking to buy a gift for your Mum or you’re a Mum yourself and want to give some hints here’s some wonderful ginspiration for you.
Mór Irish Gin is a bold and innovative gin made out of Arderin Distillery, a craft gin distillery located in Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Refreshing and bold, crafted expertly by hand infused with raspberries, blackberries and cranberries…this gin is delicious!
The Boatyard Distillery is an award winning farm-to-bottle distillery located on the banks of Lough Erne in north west Ireland. Not only is their location rather beautiful, but their gin is stunning too!
Like the origin of all great Irish ideas, Poacher’s was the result of a conversation shared in a local pub one night! Using Irish ingredients, Poacher’s is Ireland’s first premium, natural mixer brand. Their tonics will pair perfectly with your favourite gin!
ILoveGin was invited to fly over to Middleton, near Cork, Ireland, to check out the launch of a new gin at “The Microdistillery, Middleton”. With Holly the Gintern unable to make it, Toby the Founder snapped up the chance instead (and took the opportunity to interview their Apprentice Distiller, as well as being one of the first to taste the new gin. Always a pleasure!)
This is the moment that all wine and gin lovers have been waiting for… A match made in heaven – a drink that combines our favorite things, gin and wine! Especially if you are a big fan of pink gin, you’ll find this new concoction delicious.
When the last drop has come out of your favourite gin bottle it can be a sad time and a hard one when the last thing you want to do is throw them away. We’ve gathered the best ways to reuse and up-cycle those old gin bottles (and any other glass bottle) so you don’t have to ever throw them away again.
So gather all of your empty gin bottles, ask friends for some if you haven’t got any and check out these 13 ingenious and creative things to do with empty gin bottles.