Case of 6 Bloody Bens Gin£195.00
Six Bottles of Bloody Bens Gin - Mix and Match Flavours
Loving the taste of our Gin? Fed up with running out? We're offering you a case, six bottles, and you can choose to Mix and Match between our Signature and Pink Gin.
You can select any combo, e.g. split Pink and Signature or all 6 to be Signature Gin or perhaps choose 4 Signature and 2 Pink.
Whatever combo you decide on, when you reach the checkout, there is a order notes section, please tell us which bottles you'd like in your case. Or if you forget, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your selection.
- We charge £3.50 for shipping, with free shipping for orders over £90, so there won't be a shipping charge on this product.
- Orders typically take 2-3 working days to be delivered.
- 50ml Bloody Bens Signature Gin or Pink Gin
- 100ml Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
- Garnish with an Orange Slice for Signature Gin or fresh Strawberries for Pink Gin
About Bloody Bens Signature Gin
It's a traditional juniper forward London Dry Gin with Honey & Orange notes, giving it a delicious and distinctive taste.
43% ABV. Equally great straight up, as a G&T or in a cocktail (it helps make a cracking Negroni).
Ben lived and worked in SW London for years and the Honey represents this. He's been going to Mallorca for over 20 years, this is where he fell in love with Gin and formulated his business plans - the Orange represents the island.
About Bloody Bens Pink Gin
Our second Gin (the first is our Signature Gin), is an absolutely delicious Pink Gin.
Our Pink Gin is inspired by Wimbledon Tennis and London Summers. A Juniper forward Gin with the flavour of Strawbs and Cream, ideal for a day on Henman Hill (where this little drop was dreamt up). So, here's to the taste of Summer, whatever the time of year. Cheers!
43% ABV. As well as making an amazing Gin and Tonic, it works great in Cocktails too, Strawberry Spritz anyone?
GOT ANY QUESTIONS?
If you've got any questions about Bloody Bens Signature Gin, please email email@example.com
WHAT'S WITH THE NAME?
Bloody Bens started with our Bloody Mary Mix which was created in Ben's Canteen which was famous for Brunch. So, Brunch, Bloody Marys, Ben's Canteen... obviously leads to Bloody Bens, right.
And when we started the Gin, we didn't want to start another bloody business so we kept the name.