23 gin gifts for the gin lovers in your life this Christmas

Emilee Geist

From Cosmopolitan

Gin gifts are the perfect way to show how well you know the gin lover in your life this Christmas – and whether it’s quirky ice trays, a print for their kitchen or even the biggest bottle of gin you can find, they’re bound to go down well on the big day.

Or, if you’re the gin lover who wants a gin present wrapped up under the Christmas tree this year? Casually drop a link to this gift guide in your best friend’s inbox, and look forward to doing some unwrapping in December.

Or, if gin is less their thing but you’re still in need of some Christmas present ideas this year, we’ve got gift suggestions for mums, the best beauty gift, or even tutorials for things you can make yourself. But let’s be honest – they’d probably just prefer a bottle of botanicals, wouldn’t they?

The good news is there are loads of options for gin gifts this year, from the more subtle suggestions (bauble, anyone?) to the totally extra: an actual drinks trolley. Or you could just go somewhere in the middle, like with a Sipsmith tasting kit or Marks and Spencer’s iconic snowglobe bottle. Here’s our pick of the 21 best gin gifts for gin lovers:

1.

Because what kind of gin fan wouldn’t want their house to smell of botanicals all the time.

2.

Could this pink gin print be anymore perfect?

3.

Nice gin balloon glasses are exactly the type of thing people don’t treat themselves to, but love having.

4.

For a more abstract but still gin related print idea, go for one of No.3 Gin’s designs, created by viewing their classic serves in microscopic detail.

5.

This Sipsmith tasting kit is a great stocking filler, secret Santa, or even just a little something something to put under the tree.

6.

58Gin’s unique gifting opportunity allows you to choose the flavour profiles of the gin, before creating a personalised label for the front. So cute!

7.

They can’t call themselves a gin lover without a dedicated recipe book. This one also has cute quotes and images in it, too.

8.

Pink gin truffles. Does anything better exist? We don’t think so.

9.

We love a board game. We love gin. Why not combine the two in a gin-board-game hybrid?

10.

Whether you pop them on the table ready for your recipient to receive, or give them to them for another occasion, these gin crackers are a great shout for Christmas 2020.

11.

These giant ice cubes have genuinely revolutionised our lives. Goodbye, watered-down drinks.

12.

A personalised mug for when you know your gin lover would rather be having a crisp G&T..

13.

14.

OK, so this is pretty extra. But why not push the boat out for the gin lover in your life with a cool bar cart?

15.

Hey, if they’ve already got a bar cart, why not adorn it with a neon box sign?

16.

These cut glass gin glasses are posh af, perfect for anyone that takes their gin drinking veeery seriously.

17.

A print is the perfect way for your gin loving friend to shout about their obsession loud and proud.

18.

Delivered from 3rd November 2020, get your hands on the gin hamper from M&S, fit with citrus gin, candle and matching chocolates. Yum.

19.

OK, so you’ve got the gin covered. But what about a tonic? There is genuinely no present more practical than a giant crate of tonic waters.

20.

Photo credit: Marks and Spencer
Photo credit: Marks and Spencer

Clementine and Rhubarb Gin Liqueur Snow Globes, £18.00, Marks and Spencer

These are available in store now and online soon, and features 23-carat edible gold flecks inside. Amazing.

21.

There really is only one way to show your love for gin at Christmas: with a tree decoration.

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