Ginsanity Gin Bottle Garnish Sticker Sheet
Our gin bottle garnish sticker sheet is the ultimate solution to remembering what garnish goes with what gin! Using our garnish bible, and your own local knowledge, you can discreetly add these small stickers onto the back of each bottle in your gin stash!
We have included lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit, apple, cucumber, ginger, lavender, mint, strawberry, blueberry, basil, coriander, raspberry, rosemary, and thyme in the correct proportions.
No more head-scratching; stick ’em on and relax!
I have a friend who has a problem. Let’s call him Kenold.
He has a very Gin-Demanding Wife. So much so, in fact, that he built her a bar. Well actually he built himself a bar, and she took over. No more sexist boys-only events (although girls only is allowed).
All whisky, beer and vodka was removed or hidden in cupboards, and replaced with gin.
All beery posters stealthily replaced with gin paraphernalia.
The word “Gin” inserted into his bar sign.
You guys know exactly what I’m talking about! 🙂
Anyway, Kenold’s objective in life is to keep Wifey happy.
Happy wife.. happy life!
Kenold is the best husband “In The World” who does everything right. He can fix bikes, braai (BBQ) meat, put up Christmas lights, polish the dust on said bar counter. He is 99% of the way to marital bliss!
This is the problem: he always forgets which garnish goes with which gin! This may seem trivial to most, but to any “real” Ginster, this is a cardinal sin.
Woe betide he puts lemon into the Rangpur, or orange into his Gordon’s (well Gordon’s was his previous go-to gin, which is now actually banned from the wife’s bar, and kept in the men’s squash club stash out of line of sight!)
For the sake of stability, we have to solve Kenold’s problem, and we have.
Now introducing the Ginsanity Gin Bottle Garnish Stickers.
96 in a sheet. This takes the guess work out of wife-pleasing!
Just look up your garnish using our Gin Garnishes and Pairings list or your own source, stick it on the bottle, and be done with it!