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Online Gin Tasting Event Allows You to Save the Hedgehogs by Drinking Gin

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There’s a gin tasting event with a difference happening soon and animal lovers will go crazy for it.

Fruit gin liqueur makers Hedgepig are planning an online gin tasting event that will have guests trying delicious gin liqueurs under the guidance of a gin expert.

To take part in the online gin tasting you’ll first have to purchase the Hedgepig Tasting Kit for Two, available to purchase for £28 on the Hedgepig shop website.

The tasting kit includes all four flavours of Fruity Hedgepig Liqueurs; Glorious Gooseberry, Cambridge Gage, Wild Bullace & Quince and Zesty Elderflower, alongside four Fever-Tree mixers.



Ginmeister Stephen will tantalise your taste buds as he guides you the botanicals of the individual drinks, explaining why they make such fine pudding gins, and revealing why the gin brand is often to be found on hands and knees rummaging around hedgerows.

To cap it all, a donation from each sale will be made to the British Hedgehog Preservation Society on your behalf.

Simply enter promo code BHPS10 at the checkout and the British Hedgehog Preservation Society will receive a £10 donation from Hedgepig at no extra cost to the customer.

The inaugural Fruity Hedgepig gin tasting event is at 7pm, Thursday 13 August on the Fruity Hedgepig Facebook page, followed by live Q&As.