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21 Products For People Who Absolutely Love Gin

Totally ginius products. The products in this post were updated in October 2017.

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1. A recipe glass that features seven different gin-based cocktail recipes and the exact amount you need to pour in.

Get it from Amazon for $19.08.

Promising review: "I got this as a gift for my boyfriend, and he absolutely loves it! I told him to make sure he only hand washes it and so far he's had no issues." —Amazon Customer

3. A flask that'll help you keep some liquor ~in your back pocket~ at all times.

Get it from Amazon for $22.

Promising review: "This hip flask destroyed all my pre-conceptions about the inherent portability of alcoholic beverages. Until now, I had no idea that booze could be even more entertaining than it already is. I am a long time fan of Taintor's work; thus, this flask was a natural choice. Would make an excellent gift for that bridal shower, office party, or exhausted, stay at home mom who doesn't think hiding a fifth of bourbon in the laundry basket is quite kosher. Authors suffering from writer's block may also find themselves reaching for a little — or a lot — of the glorious nectar contained within." —Amazon Customer


4. A pair of highball glasses to ensure the perfect pour every time — whether it's your first drink or your third.

Get the set of two from Uncommon Goods for $25.

Promising review: "My mom and I love to drink gin and tonics, so these glasses were a perfect birthday gift for her! They are high-quality, fun to drink out of, and the design is really unique. Love that they are hand-painted, and the proportions as drawn on the glass make a well-proportioned G&T!" —GT Barnum


9. A collection of small-batch tonics to turn you into a connoisseur. Bonus: they'll look smashing on your bar cart, too.

It's a concentrated tonic syrup, so just add soda water and (of course) gin!

Get the trio of tonic syrups from Amazon for $24.

Promising review: "I am now a tonic snob. Pricey but well worth the money for a great cocktail. It has no high fructose corn syrup. I use plain club soda with this concentrate tonic to make a tasty cocktail. You will not be disappointed." —Ali Cat

11. A carry-on cocktail kit guaranteed to make your next flight more ginteresting.

Get it from Amazon for $24.

Promising review: "Very dapper-looking kit. Had a short flight down south and this kit helped me make a great gin and tonic. Many people asked me what I was doing when making it." —Orlando Estrella


14. A homemade gin kit for anyone interested in the behind-the-scenes magic of how the good stuff is made.

Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

Promising review: "Bought for a white elephant gift exchange...and my wife stole it from my family, which was awesome. She made it and we're thrilled with the results! We have already gone through half of the gin she made — really, we don't have a problem. It's fine for sipping as well as mixing with some of our typical gin cocktails. We're looking forward to making another batch — I am curious to find out if they have additional botanical blends they may use in the future." —Pete

You can get refills of the juniper berries and botanical blend from Amazon for $15.

15. A Hollywood-themed cocktail recipe book that'll make you a STAR, I tell ya, a STAR when it comes to whipping up creative beverages.

Get it from Amazon for $12.07.

Promising review: "I bought Tim Federle's first book, Tequila Mockingbird, and I was thrilled to know there was another! I love books, music, and movies, so this book was right up my alley. I loved the comparisons to the movies and the nice little summaries how each cocktail relates to the film. This is a must have for a movie night with friends. I cannot wait to use this for the next party. One of my favorites is Sloppy in Seattle, since Sleepless in Seattle is one of my favorite movies. This is neat since it is divided into film genres and even food recipes. This book is simply fun to read and amazing to have for your collection!" —Aubie99_98


17. A repurposed vintage tea set for anyone who wants to put a little ~spirit~ into their afternoon tea time.

Get the set (which includes the cup and saucer and the creamer) from Yvonne Ellen on Etsy for $68.

Promising review: "Love them. The teacups look gorgeous, are excellent quality, and were packaged beautifully. Perfect wedding present for my best friend's wedding. Thank you!" —Simone Kilworth

18. A cultural history book that dives into the intertwined relationship between gin and the city of London from the 18th-century gin craze through Dickens, Churchill, modern gin bars, and more.

Get it from Amazon for $11.30.

Promising review: "A well written history with enough sideline anecdotes to keep my curiousity paying attention." —James F. Killam


20. A cross stitch pattern for those nights you want to pair a craft cocktail with an actual craft.

Get the pattern from Plastic Little Covers on Etsy for $4.07.

Complete your cross stitch starter kit with these tools:

21. And a cozy illustrated throw blanket with a sherpa lining to take the phrase "alcohol blanket" to the next level.