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What are must-haves to buy a gin lover? (10+ Must-Haves)


    Are you looking for neat stuff to get for yourself or your gin-loving friend? Are you wondering what are must-haves to buy a gin-lover?

    Well, you’ve come to the right place!

    What Are Must-Haves To Buy A Gin Lover

    If the gin-loving person in your life will never refuse a bottle of their preferred spirit adorned with oversized bows, you can make it better. Increase the quality of your gift-giving game by gifting gin-themed glasses, book clubs, memberships to clubs, and much more.

    Here are the ideal gifts to satisfy your gin-loving desires.  

    A Boozy Advent Calendar

    To give the perfect gift before Christmas, opt for The Ginvent Calendar ($138) from Drinks by the Dram. If you present your gift on the 1st of December, the recipient can enjoy their favorite drink throughout the entire month until Christmas by gifting 24 miniature bottles.
    Note Important: Shipping to U.S. customers the U.S. on these can be difficult to find The best option is likely to be via Masters of Malt

    Gin and Gin-related Spirits

    If you’re looking for a drinker with stocked shelves of gin, give you a bottle of one of the gin’s less well-known cousins. Consider one called Old Tom, a style of gin that dates back to the late 19th century that was revived thanks to the assistance of cocktail historian David Wondrich, like the Ransom Old Tom Gin ($40). Also, you can go with the progenitor of gin genever, which comes from an old-school Dutch producer such as Boomsma ($25). Finally, to add sweetness to your gin-loving friend’s liquor cabinet, get a bottle of craft Sloe Gin like Spirit Works Distillery’s tart bottle ($45).

    Craft Tonic is an excellent mixer for Gin and Tonics

    Anyone G&T fan can distinguish between a fabulous Gin & Tonic, and a top-quality Gin & Tonic is quality tonic water. Q Drinks’ Tonic ($10 per four 8-ounce bottles), Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water ($35 for four bottles of 7 oz), Fentimans Tonic Water ($60 for four 9-ounce bottles), and Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Tonic ($180 for a case of 12 bottles comprising 17-ounce bottles) are all excellent options. If you prefer, go for a tonic syrup that allows drinkers to personalize their cocktails. There are a variety of companies that make top-quality tonic syrup that you can blend with sparkling waters at your homes, such as True Tonic Syrup ($15), Small Hand Foods Yeoman Tonic Syrup ($12), and Tamar’s Tonic Syrup ($13).

    Highball Glasses

    Whiskey drinkers are typically given luxuries

    Lowball glasses, lovers of the G&Ts, and Tom Collins rarely receive similar treatment. So make up for that mistake by gifting these highball glasses monogrammed with a monogram ($35 for 4 glasses).


    DIY Gin Kit DIY Gin

    Making vodka into gin is easy, and even more so with a simple kit. The Homemade Gin Kit ($50) includes Juniper berries and other botanicals. The Sloe Gin Kit ($30) is ideal for those who love sweet gin. However, if you’re buying it for an experienced infuser, avoid the hardware and purchase an herbal blend from Bootleg Botanicals ($15).

    A Gin-based Beauty Routine

    Does drinking gin containing collagen make your favorite gin drinkers appear younger? Unfortunately, there’s no way to tell. However, collagen ($43) is precisely what it says is the perfect present for anyone who could use an uplifting present.

    Gin Club Membership

    An ideal gift for anyone who loves gin will be endless Gin. Gin clubs such as Gin Every Month ($60 for three months) and the UK-based Craft Gin Club ($50 per month) provide a brand new bottle every calendar month, and I Love Gin (of “internship” internet fame) comes with gin and tonic in a monthly box.

    Gin Pong

    You could make the game yourself by playing gin-pong; however, it’s more official when it’s backed through purchasing. The beautiful gold and light green shot glasses included in the Gin Pong Set ($20) will delight any gin lover’s color palette and include citrus-colored yellow and green Pong balls.

    Gin-Flavored Chocolate

    Sometimes, you’d like the taste of gin but without the alcohol-induced effects (we call these times”morning”). Choc On Choc’s Chocolate Gin and Tonic Set ($16) comprises chocolate Gin bottles, tonic bottles, and lemon slices. All of them are designed to taste delicious and delicious Gin.

    Gin and Tonic Airplane Kit

    Although airline drinks leave plenty to be wanted, TSA liquid size restrictions permit just enough space to make your way to an excellent drink during your flight. Make cocktail bags as an adorable pre-flight present, or purchase the Carry On Cocktail Kit ($24) that includes the syrup for craft cocktails, a small spoon, a jigger, and coasters made of linen contained in a tin box. Get a few miniature bottles of gin from the local liquor store, and you’ll have everything you require for the most memorable flight of your life.

    G&T Popsicles

    If you’re located within the U.K., you can present the nation’s top cocktail as an icy popsicle. Gianni’s Alcoholic Ice Popsicles, or ice lollies, in the UK, as they’re called across the ocean, are a summery option to enjoy the fizzy drink that is frozen. But, of course, there’s no reason not to enjoy these delicious sweets all year long.

    Here are some resources I recommend:

    120 Alcoholic Drinks for Connoisseurs shows you over one hundred unique alcoholic drinks to make and show off to your friends and have a night you won’t forget.

    Professional Bartender Kit is a must-have collection for anyone interested in bartending, mixology, or someone who loves to make drinks.

    RUBY Decanter w/ Built-in Aerator is easily the best on the market that we recommend.

    8oz Premium Flask for when you’re going out and don’t want to blow all your money on drinks.

    Stainless Steel Cooling Stones for keeping your drinks cold and classy.

    Bartending & Mixology Masterclass teaches you everything you need to know about mixing drinks and alcoholic beverages like a professional.