THE UNFORGETTABLE GIN & TONIC COCKTAIL BOX

$80.00

1 x  750ml The Botanist Gin. 
4 x 187ml Q Drinks Indian Tonic Water (more bitter/little sweeter). 
1 x Denver Chip Company original potato chips. 
1 x  4oz Jose Gourmet Portugal Sardines in olive oil.  

The Botanist is a Gin of layered complexity. Wild. Foraged. Distilled. The first and only Islay dry gin. 22 hand-foraged local botanicals delicately augment nine berries, barks, seeds and peels during an achingly slow fermentation. Apple mint, creeping thistle, gorse, juniper, water mint, thyme, wood sage, bog myrtle, lemon balm, hawthorn, and sweet chamomile are among the 22 botanicals which make The Botanist.

Every lover of Gin and Tonic knows that a premium gin requires a premium tonic water. The Botanist is a great gin and therefore deserves an appropriate tonic water. Q Drinks Indian Tonic Water has sharp flavor and high carbonation, so it doesn’t get lost in your drink. And it’s a little sweeter and more bitter than the regular tonic so the subtleties of a great gin shine through.

What goes best with a Gin & Tonic? Seafood and snacks. Paired perfectly for cocktail hour! 

Description

1 x  750ml The Botanist Gin. 
4 x 187ml Q Drinks Indian Tonic Water (more bitter/little sweeter). 
1 x Denver Chip Company original potato chips. 
1 x  4oz Jose Gourmet Portugal Sardines in olive oil.  

The Botanist is a Gin of layered complexity. Wild. Foraged. Distilled. The first and only Islay dry gin. 22 hand-foraged local botanicals delicately augment nine berries, barks, seeds and peels during an achingly slow fermentation. Apple mint, creeping thistle, gorse, juniper, water mint, thyme, wood sage, bog myrtle, lemon balm, hawthorn, and sweet chamomile are among the 22 botanicals which make The Botanist.

Every lover of Gin and Tonic knows that a premium gin requires a premium tonic water. The Botanist is a great gin and therefore deserves an appropriate tonic water. Q Drinks Indian Tonic Water has sharp flavor and high carbonation, so it doesn’t get lost in your drink. And it’s a little sweeter and more bitter than the regular tonic so the subtleties of a great gin shine through.

What goes best with a Gin & Tonic? Seafood and snacks. Paired perfectly for cocktail hour!