Valentine’s Day Gin Flower Bouquets are now a thing and we need them
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Christmas was a particularly exciting time for gin, with lots of delicious offerings – there were infused gin pies in supermarkets and festive gin lines everywhere.
While the season of good humor is well and truly over (sob) and summer seems far away, there are still plenty of excuses to have your gin – especially Valentine’s Day.
If you are a fan of flowers with a watered touch, Edinburgh Gin created epic gin bouquets and they look dreamy – a gorgeous bouquet of flowers accompanied by a 70cl glass bottle of your favorite drink. There are three flavors to choose from: Valentine’s Rose Gin, Classic Edinburgh Gin or Rhubarb and Ginger Edinburgh Gin.
Each bouquet also reflects the herbs in each gin, including pine cones, dried orange, lavender, dried lime, and rhubarb stems. Clever.
The website reads: “Inspired by the same herbs as Classic Gin’s clean and tangy recipe, each striking bouquet contains an arrangement of white and peach roses, carnations, lavender, dried orange and eucalyptus. , resulting in a multisensory match quite literally love at first sight, scent and sip.
“Nicely packaged, this limited edition gift box contains a 70cl bottle of Classic Gin with its matching bouquet. Designed and hand-knotted in partnership with MUD Urban Flowers, these bouquets are a pleasure to see. ‘
David Wilkinson, Chief Distiller at Edinburgh Gin, said: “This year we’ve really pushed the love boat, so to speak, with three remarkable arrangements to suit all tastes and preferences.
“Each bouquet brings the unique wonder found in our gins to life, using carefully chosen flowers and herbs that are inspired by the delicious gin they contain.”
They will be available for purchase from the Edinburgh Gin website from January 27, 2020, for delivery on February 14, 2020, and will cost you £ 65.
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