The Lakes Gin 70cl Nibbles Hamper
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Enjoy our favourite bar snacks with some of our favourite spirits, in this case, we have selected The Lakes Gin 70cl, this is packed with care in a gift box with Crespo - Pitted Green Olives with Herbs & Garlic 70g and Mr Filbert's - Sea Salt & Herb Mixed Nuts 50g.
The Lakes Gin Big, clear fresh citrus, fruity and floral. Complex and vibrant. To fully appreciate the flavours of The Lakes Gin we recommend chilling in a fridge freezer, and pouring over a cube or two of ice.
This product is hand packed onsite by Gifts International, and is not affiliated with any other brand. Gifts International is responsible for this product combination/set.
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Alcohol Volume- 43.7 %Bottle Size- 70 cl
Type- GinCountry Of Origin- UK
Brand- The Lakes Distillery
Availability- In stock
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