A selection of great drinks to get the party going, and bring some Christmas Cheers!
Gin Lane 1751 - Victoria Pink Gin
An Authenticly made pink gin, a true celebration of the Victorian gin-making era with bold juniper and hints of liquorice. This is a really lovely gin which works well neat, with tonic or in cocktails.
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The Botanist Gin
A lovely dry gin from the Isle of Islay in Scotland. It uses 22 local botanicals including bark, berries, seeds and peels. This gin sets a really high benchmark for a traditional dry gin.
Jamaica Cove Black Ginger Rum
If you like your spiced rums, then you will love this. With a spicy ginger warmth this is a perfect winter tipple.
Metaxa 12 stars
Metaxa has been described as "a one-of-a-kind amber spirit", with smooth warmth and layers of flavour. It's from the muscat grape and comes in various versions with the star grading denoting it's quality and price.
Funkin Cocktails - ready mixers
Funkin Cocktails have come up with this great ready made cocktail mixes, which you only need to add the booze and ice to create the perfect cocktail. It's a bit like the pot noodle of the cocktail world, as you have a measure guide on the side to show you how much booze and ice you need to add.
Mirabeau La Folie Rosé
A great award winning rose sparkling wine. perfect for any celebration!
Rock Rose Gin - Winter Edition
Rock Rose is a gin from up on the Caithness coast of Scotland. The term rock rose originates from the Rhodeiola Rosea which was collected thousands of years ago by Vikings as it was thought to give them extra strength. This gin uses this 'rose in the rocks' along with traditional botanicals to create it's unique taste.
AlcoSense Excel - Portable Breathaliser
So... No drinking guide could be complete without a disclaimer about responsible drinking and safety. We're not here to judge you, and think you are all grown up enough to make your own life choices and demands on your liver! Driving safety and also driving licence retention is key at this time of the year as more people tend to drink more than usual. Drink driving laws seem to change a lot and accross the UK we have varying limits on what you can safely drink and still drive. This little unit from AlcoSense is a great way to keep tabs on your consumption and check you are clear to drive (especially important on the morning after). It uses very similar fuel cell tech to the units the police use, and works really well with a very simple to use blow long and slow method.