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The best gifts for gin lovers 2021

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

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Looking for a gift for a gin obsessive? Look no further than our gift guide of fun buys for lovers of the juniper nectar. Read on to discover our stocking fillers, birthday presents and extra special buys.

For more on gin, visit our review section to find buyers' guides and taste tests, including our comprehensive collection of gin reviews. Looking for a personalised gift idea? Put together a customised My BBC Good Food cookbook filled with your favourite cocktails and other recipes, or treat a loved one to one of our online cookery courses.

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Bombay Sapphire x Kodak 'Create & Capture' kits

We love the idea behind this stylish gift set. A collaboration between Kodak and Bombay Sapphire, each colourful gift box contains a bottle of Bombay gin, a Kodak Instant Printomatic camera and an A6 photo album. There are three kits to choose from – with either Bombay Sapphire, Bombay Sapphire Sunset or Bombay Bramble gin, each coming with different colours of camera and photo album. The kit also includes a QR code, which takes you to festive cocktail recipes and videos. A bottle of Bombay is a bar cart staple for gin enthusiasts, whilst the camera makes the gift set perfect for snapping special moments over Christmas and beyond.

Available from Bombay Sapphire, £60

Gin pin badge on white background

Gin pin badge

We 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 now from Of Life & Lemons (£7.49).

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Spreadable gin

Who 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 now from Oliver Bonas (£10).

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Pineapple gin

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 now from 31Dover (£26.95).

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Gin & tonic teabags

These 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 now from Fortnum & Mason (£6.95).

Gin and tonic infusion set on white background

Gin & tonic infusion set

Jazz 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 (£16.95).

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