The hallowed holiday takes place on 10 June, just in time to celebrate the end of the general election.
Once primarily used to treat scurvy-infected members of the Royal Navy, it’s fair to say gin has come a long way since the 1800s.
Last year, Brits consumed 19 million litres of the stuff while 40 new distilleries opened – and this year World Gin Day is back bigger and better. From a treasure hunt in London to a festival in Glasgow, here are the best places to raise a G&T (or three) across the UK this weekend.
As our readers know, we love a Friday gin cocktail, but World Gin Day tomorrow gives us reason to raise a glass well into the weekend too. Hurrah.
Our pick of the gin tipples includes…
As we head into the busy summer months, PR activity has been revving up all over the world. We’ve outlined some of our favourite campaigns that were launched this week, spanning from America to Japan.
Get ready to get hungry and thirsty just in time for the weekend, with our top 5 campaigns of the week!
With sales surpassing £1 billion last year, there’s no more denying it – gin is the drink of the moment. This Saturday marks the ninth year of World Gin Day and to help you get into the spirit of things, we got in contact with DesignMyNight for the best places to celebrate across the UK. From an Indian-inspired gin garden in London to an entire juniper festival in Glasgow, there’s no way you’re staying in on the 10th.
World Gin Day is taking place this Saturday (10 June) and, to mark the occasion, Event lists three of the best brand activations celebrating all things gin.
Cancel any plans you have on 10 June, because it’s World Gin Day, and to celebrate, jasmine gin brand Willem Barentsz are holding a gin treasure hunt.
What dad doesn’t fancy himself as a bit of a treasure hunter? I know mine would and so would hubby. This Father’s day I have the perfect treat for your dad – what about a Willem Barentsz gin-laced treasure hunt!