Strawberries & Cream Gift Set

Enjoy our IT’S A LONDON THING gift set, containing a bottle of strawberries & cream gin, Fever-Tree tonic & some tasty wonderful pistachios.


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  • 1x 700ml Bloody Bens Strawberries & Cream Gin
  • 1 x 115g Wonderful Pistachios
  • 1 x 90g Green & Black’s Chocolate

Makes a great gift for any gin lovers!

Note: You must be over 18 to purchase this Gift Pack.

About Bloody Bens Strawberries & Cream Gin

Inspired by the Tennis and London’s Summers. A Juniper forward Gin with the flavour of Strawberries and Cream, ideal for a day on Henman Hill (where this little drop was dreamt up). So, here’s to the taste of Summer, whatever the time of year. Cheers!

43% ABV. As well as making an amazing Gin and Tonic, it works great in Cocktails too, Strawberry Spritz anyone?

Hand crafted in Small Batches on a small Copper Still, in Earlsfield, South West London, which is just down the road from Wimbledon Tennis.

This may look super sweet and yes there is sweetness but nowhere near as much as you think, this is not a Gin Liqueur. It’s the find of the summer.

Please note, you must be of legal drinking age to order this product.

Wonderful Pistachios

Known for protein and fibre, Wonderful Pistachios is a smart snack. Crack into a good source of plant protein with tasty, healthy Wonderful® Pistachios.

With six grams of protein and three grams of fibre in each delicious serving, it’s the perfect plant-based power-up. So push your health to new heights with this tasty little powerhouse of heart-healthy goodness.

Green & Black’s Chocolate

Green & Black’s was founded in London in 1991, by husband and wife, Craig Sams and Jo Fairley. Craig was the organic pioneer, opening Britain’s first natural food shop in 1969. Upon his quest for organic peanuts, he came across what was soon to be Green & Black’s – organic cocoa. He commissioned a sample of chocolate with 70% cocoa, real vanilla, and most importantly it was organic. The first of its kind in the UK. As a journalist, Jo knew this chocolate had to be taken to market.