Best gifts for gin lovers 2019

Know somebody who loves gin but want to buy them something different? Our gifts for gin lovers include novelty buys, unique bottles and fun, affordable presents.

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Gin pin badge

Gin pin badge on white backgroundWe remember when the gift of choice for a loved one was a golden heart pendant that split into two. We much prefer the modern way to show you care – with a cute pin badge featuring the most wonderful of sentiments. Buy from Of Life & Lemons (£6.99).

Gin handbag

Glittery gin handbag on white backgroundYour loved one will surely appreciate this cross-body, gin-shaped bag – the perfect size for nights out. There's even space for a gin-in-a-tin – so very convenient. Buy from New Look (£15.99).   

Charbonnel et Walker Sipsmith gin truffles

Charbonnel & Walker gin trufflesNot all gin-themed gifts are novelty. These elegant chocolates from one of Britain's best and oldest chocolatiers are a touch of juniper-flavoured class. Buy from Charbonnel et Walker (£15).

Gin pong game

Gin pong game in a boxThat popular drinking game, beer pong, gets a trendy new makeover in this budget-friendly game – just add gin and tonic! Buy from Morrisons (£5).

Adnams pink gin 

Adnams pink gin on white backgtound

Pink gins are bang on trend and we love this one with its fresh raspberry flavour. It's a great entry-level option for those who are just discovering gin. Buy from Adnams (£29.99).

Spreadable gin 

Spreadable gin in jar on white backgroundWho says gin has to come in a tumbler with ice and tonic? This tangy marmalade has been infused with gin, meaning that all the alcohol is cooked off, so it's suitable for non-boozers too. Buy from Firebox (£9.99).

Pineapple gin

Pineapple gin on white background

Pineapple is a divisive flavour and perhaps shouldn't work in a gin – and yet... Boutique-y Gin Company uses whole pineapples, spit-roasted with demerara sugar to give them a caramelised flavour. The resulting drink is moreish and almost liqueur-like. Buy from Master of Malt (£29.95).

Gin & tonic teabags

Gin and tonic teabags on white backgroundThese g&t teabags are completely alcohol-free but contain all the botanicals you'd usually find in the classic drink. The bags are super silky, too, and presented in a lovely box. Buy from Fortnum & Mason (£6.95).

Gin & tonic infusion set

Gin and tonic infusion set on white backgroundJazz up a classic G&T with this personalised infusion kit. Add a kick of timut pepper, a dash of cardamom, then garnish with some fragrant rose petals or star anise. Buy from Sous Chef (£17.50).

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