What’s your favourite tipple? Ours has to be a good old, ice cold, refreshing gin and tonic. Come
Wednesday Friday we definitely can’t resist indulging and with the Bank Holiday looming, now seems like the perfect time to crack open a bottle.
So to celebrate the end of the week gin fest, here are some gin inspired home ideas. Plus, to make it all the more authentic (well, it would be rude not to, wouldn’t it?), we happened to stumble upon some delicious looking gins too. Cheers!
Gin-tastic home ideas
Top row, from left to right:
Celebrate your favourite tipple with a gin cup and saucer – £34 from Yvonne Ellen
Stir your tea with this hand stamped vintage spoon and dream of gin o’clock – £9.50 from Goozeberry Hill
Dry your dishes with gin (well, kind of…). Gin quote tea towel – £11.16 from Of Life and Lemons on Etsy
Middle row, from left to right:
Make Mine a Gin and Tonic typography print – £16 from Oakdene Designs
“When life gives you lemons…” gin inspired typographic print – £14 from Old English Company
Bottom row, from left to right:
Try your hand at making your own homemade gin with this trusty kit – £45 from Urban Outfitters
“Gin to my tonic” print – £14 from Old English Company
Every discerning gin needs ice and why not liven the look of yours up making it with a gin and titonic ice tray – £9 from Oliver Bonas
1. Treat yourself to some homemade, award-winning raspberry gin – £18.95 from Raisthorpe Manor Fine Foods
2. Bring a touch of summer to your glass, with this Elderflower Edinburgh Gin – £18 from John Lewis
3. Learn about the history of gin, with a tasting set – £21.95 from Master of Malt
4. Get fruity, with a lemon and ginger gin infusion – £29.50 from Gin Tales
5. Try an award-winning German gin, in the form of Monkey 47 dry gin – £35.06 from TheDrinkShop.
6. Go pink, with some artisan Pinkster gin – £35 from Pinkster0