Katie is an incredible artist and I have her work plastered all over my flat. She offers commissions so why not get her to draw your loved one’s favourite bar or drinking spot? A way to capture a memory and bring somewhere they love to life.
A lovely Christmas themed cocktail book is wonderful for anyone who loves a drink. I’ve linked this one to Bookshop.org which supports local bookshops (have a search for your local one on there). This book was just release this year, so it’s unlikely your loved ones will have it in their collection yet.
Gin infused chocolate? Surely this is a Christmas essential. I love Boatyard distillery and their spirits, so their chocolate had to be on this list. At just £6.50 it’ll do nicely in someone’s stocking.
Supporting local people and businesses is very important to Rosslyn Coffee. So they’ve collaborated with the very talented ceramic artist Melisa Dora, who hand makes their mugs in Honor Oak Park, South East London. I have one in pink and I love it.
Subtle drinks themed jewellery is a big part of my collection. It makes for so many accidental #DressedLikeMyDrink moments. These hand-sculpted cherry earrings are a wonderful gift and look good enough to garnish my next cocktail with!
The worlds first delicious mulled wine (according to them). A combination of young Rioja, Sicilian White Wine, Nutmeg, Clove, Star Anise, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Honey, Orange, Lemon Peel and a pinch of Xmas Joy. All you have to do is warm it up!