EDINBURGH GIN

Receiving a bouquet on valentine’s Day is… fine. But the concept of a gin bouquet certainly has our attention – and our hearts!

Following the success of last year, Edinburgh Gin’s botanical bouquets are back with three multi-sensory arrangements to choose from.

The Scottish Distiller has once again partnered with MUD Urban Flowers to introduce two new striking arrangements – Classic and Rhubarb and Ginger along with last year’s popular Valentine’s one.

Gin bouquets valentines
EDINBURGH GIN

Each of three limited-edition bouquets are designed and hand-tied using botanicals from the gin, before being beautifully packaged together with a matching 70cl bottle.

Mirroring the botanicals found in the three gins, this year’s wonder-filled arrangements include everything from pinecones, through to dried orange, lavender, dried lime and even stems of rhubarb.

Gin bouquets valentines
EDINBURGH GIN

The result is a multisensory match that’s described as “love at first sight, scent and sip”.

You can choose from:

The Classic:

Ivory avalanche roses, peach avalanche rose, peach carnation, white lisianthus, ivory spray rose, white snapdragon, blue thistle, lilac veronica, navy viburnum berries, lavender, dried orange, pine cone, blue berried ivy, eucalyptus and other seasonal foliages.

The Valentine’s:

Ivory rose, red rose, pink rose, pale pink carnation, hot pink spray rose, chrysanthemum chamomile daisy, lavender, pink snapdragon, pink lisianthus, white germini, eucalyptus and other seasonal foliages.

The Rhubarb and Ginger:

Pink snapdragon, lemon lisianthus, pink rose, ivory avalanche rose, fuchsia carnations, hot pink spray rose, white thistle, stems of rhubarb, dried lime, lavender, eucalyptus and other seasonal foliages.

Priced at £65 these inventive gifts will be on sale online at edinburghgin.com from January 27 for UK delivery on February 14.

Source: Gin bouquets make for an ideal Valentine’s gift

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