WINNERS: Win One Of Three Gingle Bells Gift Sets And More

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Congratulations to the winners of our latest travel competition who have each won a Gingle Bells gift sets and more, with a total value of $453.70!

First Prize: A Gingle Bells gift set valued at $79 plus a Travel Platinum Mastercard loaded with $100 and a hamper of luxury edibles valued at $100 was won by Kathy Seymour of Brisbane.

Second Prize: A Gingle Bells gift set valued at $79 plus a Travel Platinum Mastercard loaded with $100 was won by T. MGill of Balmain, NSW.

Third prize: A Gingle Bells gift set valued at $79 was won by Ben Gibson of Yarra, VIC.

To be in the running, all you have to do is fill in the form below and tell us who created Gingle Bells, and then in 25 words or less what gin cocktail reminds of you which holiday destination and why.

You’ll find the answer to the first part of question in our review of Gingle Bells here.

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  • 5
    Kiwi Collins

    Posted by Cynthia on 6th Apr 2020

    This recipe reminds me of Australia/New Zealand because of the kiwi in its title! 1 kiwi, peeled and chopped 2 oz Rendle’s Original Gin ¾ oz Simple Syrup (recipe follows) ½ oz lemon juice 4 to 5 oz soda water or sparkling water. Kiwi slice and lemon slice DIRECTIONS Place chopped kiwi in a cocktail shaker along with gin, syrup lemon juice. Fill shaker three-quarters full with ice. Vigorously shake until chilled. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into an ice-filled Collins glass. Top with soda water. Cut a thin slit into kiwi and lemon slice. Twist slices together and skewer as a garnish. Makes 1 cocktail Simple Syrup Bring 1 cup (250 mL) water to a boil. Stir in 1 cup (250 mL) granulated sugar. When sugar has dissolved completely, cool syrup. Store in an airtight jar for up to 1 week.

  • 4
    Christmas Gin

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Apr 2020

    the gin that takes me back is orange flavored gin, straight, that my grand mother used to serve at Christmas.

  • 5
    Fantastic flavors

    Posted by Alex Stong on 3rd Apr 2020

    They have unique flavors! The Finger Lime makes me think of trips to the beach in Mexico!

  • 4
    Christmas Bell Gin

    Posted by LINDA SUTTON on 25th Feb 2020

    Well this is the first time I have heard of this. Must be kept out of the hands of child and animal, they won't know what hit them. The gin cocktail that I can connect something to is the Singapore Sling and Bahamas. There was no drinking age and I was 15. That is all I will say.