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We’re all ready to raise a glass to Christmas – thanks to Warwickshire Gin Company and a chance to win their Platinum Gin Bundle worth £225! 

The inspiration behind the award-winning distillery’s portfolio of artisan copper pot-distilled premium spirits, comes from a desire to capture a moment in history, developing flavours to fully represent the county’s own unique story and bringing the range of hand-crafted flavours to life.

The Warwickshire Gin Company Platinum Gin Bundle retails at £225

As well as mixers, goblets and accessories, the Gift Bundle contains a 50cl bottle of each of the distillery’s five gins: Leamington on Parade – inspired by the true story of three elephants brought over from Sri Lanka to Leamington by circus elephant trainer Sam Lockhart in the 1880s; The Kingmaker – named after Richard Neville 16th Earl of Warwick; Peeping Tom – inspired by the legend of Coventry’s Lady Godiva; Pelota Dry Gin – In honour of the formation of the world’s first lawn tennis club in Leamington and The Philosopher’s Daughter – remembering Katherine Dee who selected botanicals from knot gardens such as the privy paradise created at Kenilworth Castle, for her father, Victorian philosopher John Dee in his quest for the distillation of alcohol.

Raise a glass to the Warwickshire Gin Company

Leamington boxing legend Randolph Turpin is the inspiration behind the distillery’s three rums – The Pugilist – Sting Like A Bee – Honey Rum and Pugilist Ghost Edition White Rum.

They also produce the popular Kingmaker Vodka which is a fitting celebration of the Earl of Warwick with its surprise addition of a hint of frankincense.

Visitors can also enjoy Cocktails at The Distillery and Afternoon Gin & Tea visitor experiences.

To find out more about The Warwickshire Gin Company click here

The winner will receive a Platinum G&T Gift Package containing:

50cl Kingmaker Dry Gin 40% abv

50cl Leamington on Parade Dry Gin 40% abv

50cl Philosophers Daughter Dry Gin 40% abv

50cl Pelota Dry Gin 40% abv

50cl Peeping Tom Dry Gin 40% abv

6 Warwickshire Gin Company goblets

24 Fever Tree Indian tonics

8 Fever Tree Elderflower tonics

8 Fever Tree Mediterranean tonics

One copper jigger

One copper pourer


To enter simply answer the following question and give @stylebham a follow on Instagram:

What’s the name of Warwickshire Gin Company’s gin inspired by Lady Godiva?

1. Peeping Jack

2. Peeping Tom

3. Peeping Tim

Terms & Conditions:

1.      Eligibility:

Entry is open to UK residents who are 18 or older, except for employees of the promoters.

Entries close on Friday December 15, 2023

2.     Prize Details:

  • The prize is for a Platinum G&T Gift package from the Warwickshire Gin Company.
  • The prize cannot be split or used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • No cash alternative is provided, and prizes cannot be exchanged for cash.

3.     Availability:

The prize is subject to availability

Contents described subject to availability, alternative products may be supplied

4.     Winner Validation:

Style Birmingham and Warwickshire Gin Company will hold the details of all prize winners for the purpose of validating the prize award and administration only.

5.     Additional Costs:

The promoters are not responsible for any costs beyond the value of the prize, including travel or personal expenses.

6.     Data Processing:

The promoters will use your basic information (name, address, and contact details) for administering the prize draw and redemption.

7.     Promoter’s Authority:

The Promoters have final authority in all matters related to the Prize Draw, and their decisions are binding.

8.     Liabilities and Disclaimers:

  • The promoters are not liable for any damages, losses, liabilities, injuries, or disappointments resulting from participating in the draw or accepting the prize.
  • Drink Responsibly. Enjoy alcohol sensibly and in moderation.

9.     Governing Law and Jurisdiction:

  • The promotion is governed by the laws of England & Wales, and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.