Tipple Box Giveaway - Great British Gin Tasting Set

Monday, 11 July 2016



How would you like to win gin? I knew that would get your attention. Even if you don't win I've got an exclusive discount code to share so all in all its a win win gin situation. Try saying that after a couple of G&T's! I've teamed up with my friends at Tipple Box to celebrate their re-branding and launch of a Spirit Box and Marketplace in addition to their existing Cocktail Subscription boxes. Believe you me there is nothing better than receiving cocktails in the post. Beats an overdue bill any day of the week.





Edinburgh based Tipple Box launched via a crowdfunding initiative at the end of 2014. Since them I've managed to sample a fair few of their Cocktails by Post offerings. Hic! For £24 a month Tipple Box will deliver a box of craft cocktail ingredients straight to your doorstep. Each box contains the ingredients for two expertly curated recipes alongside four exciting 5cls of spirits. Just shake (or stir) and add ice and friends! In my humble opinion this concept beats an organic veggie box scheme hands down. I've been really impressed with the quality and variety of premium brands contained within the boxes. The miniatures are a great opportunity to try a new drink before splashing out on a full size bottle. Admittedly not all of the Cocktails have been exactly to my taste but I've had a great time making and drinking them none the less and you can always get creative and adapt the recipes to suit.


If you fancy yourself as a bit of a Tom Cruise in the Cocktail department FOODIE10 will give you £10 off a cocktail box at www.tipplebox.co.uk The discount code is valid until 31/08/16 so makes your first box only £14.
They've also now launched a separate monthly spirit discovery subscription with a £15 price-point. Each month you'll receive three 5cls of exciting new spirits (mostly gins, sometimes vodka) from small batch distilleries. Perfect if you like your spirits straight. The good new is that FOODIE10 will give you £10 discount there too. First box for £5? Slainte!




Tipple Box have provided a Great British Gin Tasting Set worth £39.99 as a giveaway for readers of Foodie Quine. 

Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below. To enter, let me know in a comment "What's your favourite Gin?"

For additional bonus entries you can follow me and Tipple Box on Twitter, Tweet about the Giveaway or like me on Facebook and Instagram. 

Good Luck!

179 comments

  1. Bombay Sapphire is my favourite gin.

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  2. Bombay Sapphire is the best gin.

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    1. Excellent choice! It's earned a place on my Gin shelf.

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  4. Hendricks with a slice of cucumber! so refreshing!

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  5. Edinburgh Elderflower Gin :)

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    1. Oh yes - I love this one. Especially combined with Prosecco.

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  6. i love gordons fab giveaway thankyou

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  7. Bombay sapphire !!! its lovely

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  8. Beefeater 24 so many lovely flavours

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    1. Haven't tried this one but sounds like it would be up my street!

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  10. I tend to buy Hendricks, but love mine with a splash of Elderflower cordial!

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  11. Elizabeth Hinds14 July 2016 at 09:36

    I love Gordon's, it's a classic for a reason :)

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  12. Sibling Gin made by 4 brothers/sisters locally here in Gloucestershire

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    1. Haven't heard of that one. Must investigate!

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  13. my sons dad makes his own damson gin which is very nice

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    1. I've never been able to find any damsons to make my own unfortunately.

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  14. I really love Silent Pool Gin, it's a British one that's made in Surrey, not too far from where I live. It comes in the most fabulous blue and gold bottle - so pretty! It makes such a good gift.

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    1. I've heard of it but not tried it. Off to go and look and see what the bottle is like. Thanks for the tip off.

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  15. Gordon's Gin is my favourite, especially with tonic :)

    Thanks for a fantastic giveaway!

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  16. I love plymouth Gin...... drooool

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  17. I'm not sure what the brand is, but my grandfather bought me a damson gin from his local Christmas market last year and it was absolutely beautiful!

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  18. Vicky Limerick14 July 2016 at 12:40

    Bombay Saphire

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    1. Good Choice! I've got a bottle of it on my Gin Shelf, plus a jar of their Boozy Berries.

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  20. I think mine is probably sloe gin - hic! :D

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  21. Six o'Clock Gin is brilliant.

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  22. Jodie Holyoake14 July 2016 at 15:37

    Gordon's Gin is the best!

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  23. Gordon's Gin is my favourite.

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  24. I drink Hendricks with a slice of cucumber, it's great!

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  25. Pinkster is amazing and tastes so nice :) Im a huge Gin Lover

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    1. Good Choice! I've got a bottle of it on my Gin Shelf, plus a jar of their Boozy Berries.

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  26. So hard to pick just one favourite gin when there are so many out there! I love Ophir just now.

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    1. Yup I've got a bottle of that on my Gin shelf. Love the Elephants!

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  27. Brockmans! With blueberries!

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    1. Haven't heard of that one. Off to investigate!

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  28. My Son-in-Law drink Gordon's Gin, I would like to win this for him

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  29. Martin Miller - lovely lemony fragrance and what got me started as a gin drinker!

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    1. That was the first artisan gin that I ever bought!

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    1. Oh I haven't heard of that one. Shall have to investigate!

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  31. Oh favourite is hard, Rock Rose just beats Caorunn or Eden Mills Love gins.

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  32. Rebecca Turner15 July 2016 at 21:38

    Hendricks!

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  33. Rock Rose Gin, a wonderful Scottish gin in the most adorable bottle!

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  34. Tanquery - although it can be a bit dangerous....

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  35. I enjoy an Opihr Spiced Gin :)

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  36. My favourite is Hendricks :)

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  37. I really like Hendricks gin!

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  38. As my name is Gordon then it can only be Gordon's Gin ;)

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  39. Gordons Gin

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  40. Hendricks is by far my fav so far, but I love trying boutique brands.

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  41. Gordon's is my favourite gin.

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  42. I like Ophir gin, and I love the bottle, so pretty!

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  43. It has to be Six O Clock Gin from Bramley & Gage!

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  44. I rather like a drop of Hendricks!

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  45. My favourite is Blackwoods but it's so hard to find in the local shops and supermarkets.

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  46. Gordon's, but I haven't tried any others!

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  47. Has to be Gordons, first Gin I ever tasted.

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  48. Mark Fridlington21 July 2016 at 11:38

    Bombay Sapphire gin is my favourite.

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  49. Bombay sapphire is my favourite

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  50. I don't have a favourite - yet. I may have if I win this prize and get to taste a few different kinds though... :-)

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  51. Isle of Harris, although other close runners are Hoxtons and City of London.

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  52. Sipsmith gin for sure! With elderflower tonic!

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  53. Just one? Harris Gin for me, for now!

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  54. I'm more of a vodka girl, but the other half likes Sipsmith....at least that's what he gets bought!

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  55. Brockmans gin is my current favourite! So good garnished with strawberries, definitely a good one for a summer evening

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  56. I like Bombay Sapphire but I really want to try some others! :) xo

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  57. Love a bottle of bombay sapphire

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  58. Bombay Sapphire but I'll try any!

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  59. My favourite is gordons - leanne w

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  60. East London Liquor Co's special batch #2- such a clean, herbaceous gin that pairs well with fresh sage!

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  61. Think I've only ever had Gordon's Gin before, would love to try others though

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  62. Loving Warner Edwards, got a new bottle ready for some sunny weather! So crisp and fresh

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  63. Lindsay McPhee28 July 2016 at 14:33

    Was my Granny's sloe gin, but have to say Pickering's is pretty darn good and it's made down the road. Also, cannot believe I haven't seen this blog before! Awesome!

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  64. Bombay Sapphire

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  65. Bombay Sapphire, but I'm happy to try more to find a new favourite!

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  66. My favourite that I've tasted so far is Bombay Sapphire .x

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  67. Bombay Sapphaire, but always willing to try something new!!

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  68. I like Bombay Sapphire, but wouldn't turn my nose up at Gordans or any other for that matter! ;-)

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  69. My husband and I love Tanquery and you have to have Fever Few Tonic,just wonderful x

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  70. at the moment Little bird http://www.littlebirdgin.com/#intro

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  71. I do love a Gordon's but I am extremely partial to Hendrick's!

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  72. Has to be Bombay sapphire

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  73. I have to admit I haven't really tried that many different gins but I love Gordon's

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  74. I haven't tried that many but I do like Plymouth Gin

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  75. Not a gin drinker myself. Friend is, and likes Bombay Sapphire.

    Rachel Craig

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  76. Bombay sapphire for me!

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  77. Gordon's gin

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  78. Love Hendricks at the moment x

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  79. bombay sapphire for me

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