Warner's Gin Rainbow, Pack of 8, 5cl
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Ever wondered what’s at the end of a rainbow? Treasure, a tropical beach, a Shannon class lifeboat …… we’ll be honest, we’re really not sure.
However, you can enjoy your very own rainbow gift filled with great-tasting gin, with Warner’s Tasting Set - now that’s a kaleidoscope of colour.
With eight different flavoured gins for you to explore, this set will have something for everyone and may even start you on your very own gin discovery.
The set includes:
1 x 5cl Warner’s London Dry Gin
Farm-grown, easy-drinking and gorgeous-tasting, it’s a good, honest gin that doesn’t need to hide behind naff gimmicks.
1 x 5cl Warner’s Raspberry Gin
Yes, this one’s jammed full of raspberries, but it’s got blackberries in it too In fact, one-third of every bottle is pure, lip-smacking berry juice. Insanely refreshing
1 x 5cl Warner's Elderflower Gin
Packed with elderflowers, it’s got a killer tang.
1 x 5cl Warner's Rhubarb Gin
Every bottle is one-third rhubarb juice. So it’s naturally pink.
It tastes like rhubarb and looks like rhubarb because that’s what it is: rhubarb.
1 x 5cl Warner's Sloe Gin
If you don’t LOVE sloe gin, there’s only one good reason.
You haven’t tried this one yet.
1 x 5cl Warner's Harrington Dry Gin
Made with spring water from the Warner's farm. You’ll struggle to keep a lid on it.
1 x 5cl Warner's Honeybee Gin
Not just any old honey gin. This is honeybee gin. Dedicated to the millions of teammates on the Warner's farm.
1 x 5cl Warner's Lemon Balm Gin
Fresher than fresh. Once the lemon balm has been picked, Warner's have got just one hour – ONE HOUR – to get it to the distillery. Who thought this was a good idea?