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interGin Gin Club review

Published: April 19, 2021 at 12:12 pm

We've tested out interGin gin club for a monthly gin subscription delivery box packed with gin, mixers and snacks galore

We tested the best gin subscription services to get gin delivered direct to your door. Read on for our full review of the interGin gin club.


interGin prides itself on being a true gin expert, with a well-stocked online gin shop, Gin magazine and resident ‘ginsarian’ (aka gin expert) who taste tests and researches every gin covered by the gin club. The Suffolk-based gin club 'with a splash' was launched in December 2019, prioritising high-quality gin but providing much more within the subscription too.

The gin club offers monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly subscriptions and can be cancelled any time. The large box is generously stocked and a pleasure to open and unpack everything within. The highlight of the box is a full-sized bottle of genuine craft gin. Our box contains a striking 70cl bottle of Sixling cloudberry-infused Irish gin, a unique find that has wild berry, grapefruit and elderflower botanicals. This high-quality gin is a World Gin Awards winner, and we enjoy experimenting with it and the selection of generously sized, varied mixers the box contains. There’s also a mini sample of Edinburgh Gin’s lemon and jasmine gin.

The box comes with an accompanying letter outlining the contents, as well as a copy of Gin magazine – perfect for true enthusiasts. The one area the box falls down is the accompanying snack selection – while generous in quantity, our box includes jelly beans, a long-life chocolate croissant and Walkers gin tarts, which don’t quite match up to the quality of the gin and don’t seem to have a clear curated theme.

Overall, the real strength of the box is the gin, which almost comes to the value of the box itself. It’s a fun selection with an informative magazine for true gin enthusiasts and a chance to discover unusual new favourites.


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