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the signature edition bundle

The ultimate Signature Edition experience for you to enjoy or share with a partner, friend or gift to that special someone in your life.

  • One 70cl Signature Edition Gin
  • Two Branded Glasses
  • Two 200ml Fever-Tree Mixers

Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic is part of our perfect serve, but we know people love gin just as much with lemonade, so the choice is yours! You have the choice below between Mediterranean, Light & Premium Indian Tonic or Lemonade. You can also choose between our 24oz Branded Juniper Glasses or our 16.5oz Branded Tumbler Glasses.

Free local delivery to Penwortham and surrounding areas, this will be applied at checkout if applicable. Find more information in Delivery & Returns.

£45.00

2x 24oz Juniper Glass
2x 24oz Juniper Glass
2x 16.5oz Tumbler Glass
2x 16.5oz Tumbler Glass
Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic
Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic
Fever-Tree Light Med Tonic
Fever-Tree Light Med Tonic
Fever-Tree Premium Indian Tonic
Fever-Tree Premium Indian Tonic
Fever-Tree Lemonade
Fever-Tree Lemonade
Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic
Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic
Fever-Tree Light Med Tonic
Fever-Tree Light Med Tonic
Fever-Tree Premium Indian Tonic
Fever-Tree Premium Indian Tonic
Fever-Tree Lemonade
Fever-Tree Lemonade
Clear
Weight 3124 kg
Established

2021

ABV

45%

Sizes

70cl Gin, 200ml Fever-Tree, 24oz Glasses

As part of our partnership with the River Ribble Trust, one 70cl bottle buys one tree sapling to be planted in the Lancashire area. So, not only are you receiving a wonderful craft gin, you are also contributing to our eco-friendly ethos and helping one of the areas of the UK with the least woodland cover.

The trees that are planted through this partnership will deliver a wide range of benefits, including creating new woodlands for wildlife and people to enjoy, boosting biodiversity, slowing the flow of water, reducing flood risk, and improving water and air quality. Perhaps most importantly, these trees will help to reduce the amount of carbon in the atmosphere by taking the carbon in as they grow, which will ultimately help to reduce the effects of climate change.

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