Personalised Elephant London Dry Gin gift box

Personalised Elephant London Dry Gin gift box
Rated 5.0 out of 5
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500 ml bottle of award-winning Elephant London Dry Gin (45% ABV) with a handwritten personalised monogram on the front label. This makes the ideal birthday or wedding gift (e.g. Alex & Marie 2017). 

The bottle comes in a high quality linen gift box packaging with a cocktail booklet (instead of an elephant booklet). A perfect gift for gin lovers out there!

Handwritten by our calligrapher and shipped directly from Germany, our personalised bottles can take up to 10 working days to reach you. 

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Perfect gift for gin lovers!

I bought a personalised bottle for my parents anniversary and they absolutely loved it! It is the perfect gift for any gin lover and is so special with its handwritten label and the details of the gift box. Can only recommend if you are looking for a personal gift for a birthday or anniversary! And the gin of course tastes amazing.

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Why drink any other gin than elephant gin?

Dare I say it but I drink gin because I love it. I am particularly fussy about the taste rather than the effect and elephant gin is as good as any gin I have tasted and 15% of proceeds goes towards elephant conservation. Elephant gin is not more expensive than other quality gins, so what is there not to love about it? Drink Elephant gin, enjoy the moment and save an endangered species. As Homer Simpson would say....d'oh.

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A Great Gift.

I bought Elephant Gin as a gift for an Ivory Anniversary. Looks great, Tastes great and and because of the donations made to protect elephants from the Ivory trade, made perfect sense as a way to ethically celebrate an Ivory year.

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