We're getting close to the time of year when Christmas trees go up and family and friends get together to hang the tinsel, ornaments and other decorations. But, this year, you can make the job of taking the tree down easier. Gin-filled baubles will no doubt get lighter as the Christmas season progresses.
Gingle Bells Gin has put together collections of their floral gin baubles to help you enjoy or survive the festive season.
The eye-catching baubles are filled with Australian Dry Gin sourced from master distiller Reg Papps, who was named one of the top five gin distillers in the world at the 2017 World Gin Awards in London. The gin is then infused with six different natural botanicals for a distinctive flavour and colour.
The flavours are Finger Lime, B’Lure Butterfly Pea Flower, Wattleseed, Snow Chrysanthemum, Wild Hibiscus and Pepperberry. Each bauble’s botanical flavour can be visibly seen in its centre with an ethereal floral element encased inside.
Each pack also comes with a bunch of matching cocktail recipes. The gift set includes two 54ml baubles at 37% alcohol volume and four 50ml baubles at 40% alcohol volume.
A single pack of six gin baubles will set you back $79. Three sets costs $313.30 and you can get six sets for the price of five at $395.
I think they make great gifts and will be a little different than the usual bottle in a bag hastily purchased from the local bottle shop.
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