These gin trees are the ultimate way to show off your next G&Ts

If social media’s anything to go by, there’s nothing we like more than showing off our cocktails. Pink gin cocktails, gin shimmer, Turbo G&Ts over Instagram, is there anything we don’t showcase?

Well, perhaps. Meet your next photo opportunity: this gin tree is the ultimate way to show off your next G&T. Just load up your cocktails on the stand at your next party or special event.

We’ve certainly seen them be featured in gin-themed weddings; pink gin, in particular, can make a stunning statement.

Take serious inspiration from the Slug and Lettuce’s pink gin cocktail tree and add in some strawberries to really compliment the blush tone. We love the garden party feel complete with roses and flags for the perfect backdrop.

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Posted by Slug & Lettuce Edinburgh, George Street on Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Alternatively, there’s always mixing up your gin and garnishes to create a multi-colour effect.

Why not mix up violet gin, orange gin, pink gin and your favourite go-to gin with plenty of ice?

There’s even just letting the garnishes bring the colour, if you love nothing more than just a simple no-fuss G&T:

A soft and subtle approach between coloured and clear gin will work for a wedding or afternoon tea alike:

Feeling inspired? You can actually buy one over at DrinkStuff or visit the Slug & Lettuce this August to drink the night away with your friends. Cocktail trees are typically displayed in bars and restaurants so it’s perhaps not the most purse-friendly trend to copy.

A gin tree may cost you around £100, but it is ideal for events where you want to make an impact.

With brand new ever-experimental gin coming into market, we reckon there’s endless opportunity to create incredible combinations. Let’s hope your local bar gets inventive!

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Ashleigh Gibbs