By Boutique Handbook writers
From craft beer boxes to gin, mezcal and whisky, and kits for cocktail connoisseurs, this is our pick of the best alcohol gift sets you can buy online in the UK.
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Best Alcohol Gift Sets
Edinburgh Beer Factory Selection Box
A great one for beer fans, you get quality and great value for money with the selection boxes from the Edinburgh Beer Factory.
This family-run independent brewery launched in 2015 and is one of our favourite places to buy beer gifts from. It’s also really reasonably priced.
Order their 12 bottle Edinburgh Beer Factory Selection Box for just £35. They also do a bumper beer or cider box including 26 drinks for £54.80, plus a range of beer subscriptions.
Cambridge Distillery Gin Trio
This gin kit from Cambridge Distillery has to be one of the prettiest alcohol gift sets we have seen.
It contains three 50ml bottles including their signature Dry Gin and Curator Gin, both of which are award winning, plus an Elderflower Gin Liqueur.
The perfect gift for gin lovers, it could also work as a great stocking filler as it’s just £20.
Drinks By The Dram Tequila & Mezcal Collection
is there a mezcal lover in your life? This Tequila and Mezcal alcohol gift set could be the perfect gift for them.
This Drinks By The Dram set features 12 individually wax sealed bottles from some of Mexico’s finest producers.
Each miniature is 30ml. Price £45.
TASTE Cocktails Cocktail Kits
If you want to make bar-quality cocktails at home, you can’t go wrong with a DIY kit from independent cocktail company TASTE.
Each box comes with all the ingredients to make up to six drinks. The Bramble kit (pictured) is one of our favourites.
Other TASTE cocktail kits include Margarita, Mojito, Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Gin Martini, Espresso Martini and Long Island Iced Tea. All cost £29.
Bollinger Bond 007 James Bond Champagne Gift Box
To celebrate the release of new Bond film No Time To Die and 40 years of partnership as the Official Champagne of 007, Bollinger has produced this special limited-edition gift box.
It brings together three icons: Bollinger’s signature Special Cuvée, the Aston Martin DB5 and the legendary British secret agent, James Bond.
These are going fast, so snap one up for the Bond fan in your life now. Price £49.99.
Drinks By The Dram Japanese Whisky Tasting Set
Japan has been producing world-class whiskies for decades, but it’s only recently started to have a big moment in the UK.
We’re a big fan of Japanese whisky in bars, but if you want to try it at home, ease yourself in with a tasting kit.
TASTERPLACE Red Wine Aromas Tasting Set
One for the wannabe wine connoisseur in your life, this elegant gift set teaches aspiring experts how to properly smell and taste red wine.
Great for both amateurs and professionals alike, the £35 kit is widely used in sommelier training courses.
A great gift idea and it comes in the cutest box. Check out the TASTERPLACE White Wine Aromas Tasting Set if you prefer white wine.
Bloom Gin Gift Set with Coppa Glass
This limited edition gift set from Bloom Gin comes with a full size Coppa gin glass, so all you need to do is add ice and premium tonic and your favourite fruit.
The set comes with a full size 70cl bottle of gin, which at £33 is good value for money.
Grey Goose Original Vodka Gift Pack
Everyone’s favourite vodka, you can’t go wrong with this Grey Goose gift set which comes with a beautifully packaged acrylic glass.
Perfect in cocktails, with your favourite mixer or a super chilled shot, this alcohol gift set is a steal at £37.50.
Patron Silver Tequila Jalisco Mule Cocktail Gift Pack
Looking for a gift for the Patron lover in your life. How about this Mule Cocktail Gift Set which is perfect for putting a tequila twist on a Moscow Mule.
The limited edition gift pack contains a 70cl bottle of Silver Patron and two branded Patron mule mugs. Just add ginger beer, lime juice and a lime wedge to garnish. Price £46.
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