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Festive Bauble – Pack of 4

£23.00 £20.00

Each Set of 4 Festive Baubles will include 4 Baubles individually packaged in a clear perspex gift box as shown in the images.

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Each Set of 4 Festive Baubles will include 4 Baubles individually packaged in a purple organza gift bag as shown in the images. To help with the environment the Bauble can be re-filled with something special and hung on a Christmas tree and the gift bag can be re-used too.

To enhance your gin’s flavour and aroma try adding a few of the botanicals to your gin. As Juniper is the prominent botanical in all gins you can add a few Juniper Berries to any of your gins. For a more spicy flavour add a few pieces of Ginger or a few Pink Peppercorns. For a citrus based gin add a few Bitter Orange Peel pieces. These botanicals are just perfect to enjoy your festive gins, we also have a Festive Gift Box available with a few different botanical options included especially for the festive time of year.

Ginger (Coarse Cut)
Description: Ginger is an herbaceous perennial herb native to tropical Asia, though not found growing in the wild, and now cultivated in Latin America and Africa; it grows to a height of 1-1.5 metres. The alternate leaves are long, lanceolate in shape and dark glossy green in colour with a centre midrib and 10-20cm in length. The flowers are produced on green coloured bracts which often appear before the leaves, the flowers are yellowy-green in colour with purple lips and creamy blotches. Ginger is grown primarily for its aromatic rhizomes which are harvested and used in a variety of ways. (5g).

Pink Peppercorns
Description: Brazilian pepper is a dioecious (having male and female flowers) shrub or small tree, native to Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina, which is now naturalised in other tropical areas including the southern United States and Africa, it grows to a height of 7-12 metres. The leaves are alternate, pinnately compound with 3-5 leaflets, ovately lanceolate-elliptical in shape, 10-22cm in length, leathery and mid-green in colour with yellowish veins. The 5-petaled flowers are small, white in colour with yellow stamens and grow in tightly clustered panicles. Flowers fade and ripen to berries which are spherical, 4-5mm in diameter and green ripening to pinky-red. (2g).

Bitter Orange Peel
Description: Oranges come from an evergreen tree, reputedly native to Southeastern Asia or Indo-China; the trees grow to a height of 6-15 metres. The leaves are elliptical to oval leaves in shape, alternate, dark glossy green in colour and 4-10cm in length. The 5-petalled flowers grow singly or in clustered racemes, they are white in colour, thick and waxy with yellow stamens. The fruits are spherical and are green when unripe, ripening to orange, the skin is tightly dimpled, waxy and 7-12cm in diameter. Particle Size: 6mm. (5g)

Juniper Berries
Juniper is a coniferous, evergreen tree native to Europe, the Himalayas, southwestern Asia and North America. It can reach a height of up to 10-15 metres. The simple, spiny, needle like leaves grow in whorls of 3 around the slender twigs and are dark to glaucous green in colour and 1-2cm in length. The male and female flowers grow on different trees, and once pollinated give rise to green, spherical, berry like seed cones which take 18 months to ripen. Once ripe they change colour to purpley-black with a blue waxy coating and are 4–12mm in diameter. (5g).

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80x80x80mm (individual bauble)


  • Juniper Berries (5g)
  • Ginger (5g)
  • Bitter Orange Peel (5g)
  • Pink Peppercorns (2g)

Allergen Statement

We supply a range of products that are internationally sourced from approved suppliers. Nuts, gluten, celery and mustard are handled on our sites. Handling procedures are in place to reduce the likelihood of allergens being present, but we cannot guarantee our ingredients are totally free of traces in the products supplied. Please see the product specification for more information. If in doubt, please contact us.

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