The festive season is all about getting together with family and friends to enjoy each other’s company — so what better gift to give than something that you can share together over the holiday period. Explore the HEY GENTS Drinks Gift Guide for 2020 below, featuring a neat, handpicked selection of unique spirits, craft beer and organic wine.
Mr Black Ultimate Espresso Martini Kit
Be the one to kick-start the party with the Ultimate Espresso Martini Kit from Mr Black. Not only will the lucky recipient unwrap a bottle of the world’s best coffee liqueur, but they’ll also have everything they need to make you the world’s best espresso martini.
Applewood Distillery spirits are handcrafted in an old industrial cold store built in the Adelaide Hills in the early 1920s. This gin is distilled from twenty fresh and sustainably farmed ingredients including rare desert limes, native wattleseed and aromatic peppermint gum leaf.
Pure Scot Blended Scotch Whisky is produced by Bladnoch Distillery, Scotland’s southernmost distillery, which was purchased by Aussie businessman and philanthropist David Prior in 2015 — making him the first Australian to own a Scotch Whisky distillery. The Pure Scot Cocktail Kit with matte black finish is perfect for the mixologist in the making.
Handcrafted in small batches from botanicals native to the coastal rainforests of Australia, this fine bitter is extracted from rare native riberries, fresh Davidson plums, and aromatic strawberry gum leaf.
Don’t let the strange name fool you, Sheep Whey Gin is an award-winning gin — one of the smoothest and most floral gins available. It’s distilled by Hartshorn Distillery in Tasmania — winner’s of the world’s best vodka award in 2018.
What would be the point of having all of these aforementioned spirits if you didn’t have the best recipes for them? Look no further than this comprehensive compendium of classic and cutting-edge cocktail recipes. It spotlights hundreds of cocktail recipes from the past 500 years and 60 countries, ranging from renowned iconic classics to lesser-known regional specialties and influential bespoke drinks — each reflecting the era, location, or bar that inspired it.