12 best Black Friday gin deals for gifting and topping up your bar cart

These Black Friday gin deals offer so many gifting opportunities and will make sure you never run out of your favourite tipple this festive season

Black Friday gin deals: Edinburgh Gin Christmas Gin 70 cl
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If you love gin as much as me, these Black Friday gin deals will be among your favourites of the season's offers. But I am not just buying for me – gin makes a brilliant gift. 

Buy a bottle or two for your gifting backstock for last minute present giving. Grab a few more for your bar cart. And maybe a spare (or five) for any entertaining you do this Christmas. We have scoured the web for the best deals and we were not disappointed. With as much as 50 per cent off some of our favourites including Tanqueray, Bulldog and Malfy, it is the perfect time to stock up.

See our Black Friday home deals page for more great discounts, otherwise, keep scrolling as we've found bottles of gin from as little as £16.

Where to find Black Friday gin deals

Black Friday gin deals

Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Pink Gin Liqueur | £16.50
The very best Black Friday gin deal

Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Pink Gin Liqueur | £16.50 £10.99 (save £5.51) at Amazon
This gin liqueur is one of our faves, and it's perfect for year-round drinking. Serve it with ginger ale and a slice of lime, or use it to top your prosecco. At this price, it also makes a great gift!

Ukiyo Blossom Japanese Gin, 70cl | £51.41

Ukiyo Blossom Japanese Gin, 70cl | £51.41 £35.98 at The Bottle Club
If you know a gin lover who claims to have tried them all, gift them something beautiful and unusual with this Japanese gin. Juniper, mandarin and spice and blended with delicate sakura flower for a bright floral gin that tastes delicious and comes in the prettiest bottle.

Light up Snow Globe Gin Liqueur Mixed Case of 6 | Only £120 at M&S (£20 a bottle)

Light up Snow Globe Gin Liqueur Mixed Case of 6 | Only £120 at M&S (£20 a bottle)
Get three clementine and three spiced plum gins in a beautiful light up snow globe bottles. This case of six is perfect for splitting and gifting and both flavours can be used as the base for wonderful festive cocktails.

Gordon's Sicilian Lemon Distilled Gin | £16.50

Gordon's Sicilian Lemon Distilled Gin | £16.50 £13 (save £3.50) at Amazon
We are slightly obsessed with this gin – the lemon taste truly is subtly amazing. Mix it with some slimline and a slice of... you guessed it – lemon. Add some ice and you're all set for an after work tipple. Or, use it in a Negroni for something a little different.

Tanqueray London Dry Gin 70 cl | £18.50

Tanqueray London Dry Gin 70 cl | £18.50 £16 (save £2.50) on Amazon
Why stray from a classic? Tanqueray gin is one of the tastiest around, and it bodes well in everything from Negronis to a Tom Collins. You'll definitely need a bottle (or two) of this in your cupboard come Christmas.

Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin Ceramic, 70cl | £49.99

Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin Ceramic, 70cl | £49.99 £34.99 at The Bottle Shop
Containing 11 botanicals including gunpowder tea, this peppy gin comes in a pretty vintage bottle. Gunpowder is a slow dried green tea, bringing a lovely fresh flavour paired well with oriental spice and citrus.

Bulldog London Dry Gin | £22

Bulldog London Dry Gin | £22 £17.60 (save £4.40) on Ocado
Smooth, sophisticated and a serious bargain thanks to the Black Friday sales, it's easy to mix – serve with everything from tonic to ginger ale, or drink it on the rocks. You'll taste 12 different botanicals from Turkish white poppy to dragon eye and even Chinese lotus leaf. Something a bit different...

Peaky Blinder Spiced Dry Gin | £19.99

Peaky Blinder Spiced Dry Gin | £19.99 £15.95 (save £6.01) on Amazon
Like your gin spiced? This is the option for you, Peaky Blinders fan or not. Usee it to make a Long Island Spiced Tea – you'll thank us later. With 23 per cent off, it's also a steal. It would make a great present, too.

Bloom London Dry Gin, 70cl | £25

Bloom London Dry Gin, 70cl | £25 £16.99 (save £8.01) on Amazon
This gin is super drinkable with delicate floral and citrus flavours that even those who are not big gin fans will enjoy. The problem is, you will find yourself getting through a fair bit of the stuff as it is so easy to drink and pairs well with everything from rose lemonade to elderflower tonic. A must for your drink cabinet for Friday night tipples.

Malfy Gin Rosa Pink Grapefruit Italian Gin, 70cl | £25

Malfy Gin Rosa Pink Grapefruit Italian Gin, 70cl | £25 £21.99 (save £3.01) on Amazon
This gin is the taste of the summer we should have had, sipping a cool gin rosa with a light tonic by Lake Garda. As well as pink grapefruit it has a subtle taste of rhubarb and a punch of orange. This is one of our favourites so get it now before we buy the lot.

Ableforth's Bathtub Gin, 70 cl | £33.95

Ableforth's Bathtub Gin, 70 cl | £33.95 £25 (save £8.95) at Amazon
Bathtub gin? We've never heard it before, but we are intrigued. Especially since there's 26 per cent off for Black Friday. It was awarded the Worlds Best Compound Gin at the 2020 World Gin Awards – so, it's good enough for us, then! Serve with lots of ice and an orange slice. It also comes beautifully wrapped so would make a great gift.

Wildcat Bramble Blackberry Gin | £21

Wildcat Bramble Blackberry Gin | £21 £17.85 (save £3.15) at Amazon
This blackberry-flavoured gin is powerful and it goes great with prosecco. Alternatively, serve it with some tonic and your favourite fruits.

Lindsey Davis
Lindsey Davis

Lindsey is Editor in Chief for Home Ecommerce at Future, meaning she works with her team to help you get the best product advice. From soft furnishings to refrigerators, she knows where to find a bargain and the brands to go for (and those to avoid). 

She started her career in children's publishing in 2010 then worked on a number of marketing and digital publishing projects, before joining the Homebuilding & Renovating team in 2013 where she cemented (no pun intended) her love of amazing home design. When she bought her own Victorian cottage the following year, she become a pro at finding the best buys for small spaces and can often be spotted watching home organization videos on Instagram. One day she hopes to build her own home where space will be less of an issue – she just has to decide what style to go for. In the mean time, she is happy trying to bring some modern style to her period home, and covering every available surface with houseplants.


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