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    24 Gifts All Drink Lovers Should Ask For This Year

    It's going to be a very "merry" Christmas.

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    1. Cocktail Pastilles, £16.95

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    Gin & tonic and whisky sour sweets! And the "only confectionary product on the market with such a high alcohol volume". I'll take three boxes please.

    2. Winterwood Cocktail Shaker, £48

    Literally the prettiest cocktail shakers ever. The only hard part is deciding which one you want. (Both, I want both please).

    3. Whisky Stones, £15

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    Chills your drink without ice because my whisky/gin/vodka doesn't need diluting thanks.

    4. A Sipsmith Sipping Service, £160

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    The only subscription box you'll ever need. Gin direct from the Sipsmith's Willy Wonka-esque laboratories showing up on your doorstep? Yes. Please.

    (If you want a cocktail version, check out Shaken – they do a monthly subscription service of cocktail recipes and ingredients!)

    5. Combination Lock Bottle Stop, £15.95

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    Don't steal my goddamn wine.

    6. Hangover Rescue Tea, £4.95

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    When hair of the dog just won't cut it.

    7. Old Fashioned Cocktail Case, £185

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    Everything you need to create the Don Draper classic. Plus it's portable, so you don't ever need to be without an old fashioned ever again.

    8. Unicorn Tears Gin Liqueur, £39.99

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    They're tears of laughter, honest.

    9. The Periodic Table of Cocktails, £6.99

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    Emma Stokes's new book on all things drink. Her alias is Gin Monkey – you know you're in good hands here.

    10. Penguin Wine Rack, £23

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    What, you mean you DON'T keep your wine in a penguin holder? More fool you.

    11. Himalayan Salt Shot Glass, £6

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    May your tequila never go unsalted again.

    12. Party Elephant Hip Flask, £7

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    It's just so pretty. And also you can put your whisky in it and that's great.

    13. Prosecco Gummies, £6.50

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    Non-alcoholic sweets for lightweights who love cocktails, but can't handle the hard stuff.

    14. Sewing Supplies Corkscrew, £12

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    Open your bottles of booze in style.

    15. The Spirits: A Guide to Modern Cocktailing, £16.99


    The ultimate guide to drinks-making for beginners. And the ultimate guide to making friends and influencing people. "Who wants a martini?" – everyone's new best friend.

    16. Emergency Gin & Tonic Kit, £21.50

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    The solution to all known emergencies.

    17. Whisky Marmalade, £2.79

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    Marmalade and whisky were meant to be together. Why keep them apart?

    18. Booze Necklace, £8.93

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    So everyone can know who's your bae.

    19. Chillsner Beer Chiller, £14.99

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    Give the gift of never having to drink warm beer again.

    20. Little Sauvignon Blanc Wine Making Kit, £35

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    First step wine-making kit. Next step at-home winery.

    21. Tripple Tipple Gift Set, £17

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    Tiny craft gin! TINY CRAFT GIN! One's regular, one's extra spicy, and one's for when you've had a really bloody bad day.

    22. Gilded Monogram Glass, £14

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    Seriously stylish sippin'.

    23. Personalised Decanter, £45.67

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    Because a majestic spirit needs a majestic container.

    24. Wine Bottle Glass, £14.99

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    One glass is never enough. Just admit it.