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It’s easy enough to throw a bottle of gin, some vermouth, and a few glasses (carefully) into a bag if you want to make some Martinis when you’re on the go. But if you want to cocktail in style, check out this new Martini Case from No.3 London Dry Gin and British luggage brand Globe-Trotter. But act fast, because there are only 100 of these cases to available to purchase.
No.3 London Dry Gin was created by U.K. wine and spirits purveyor Berry Bros. & Rudd over a decade ago in 2010. The brand is named after Berry Bros. & Rudd’s 3 St. James Street address in London, and is distilled in the Netherlands using three key botanicals for flavor—juniper, citrus, and spice (including cardamom, coriander, and angelica root). Dr. David Clutton, aka Dr. Gin, helped to formulate the botanical recipe of this spirit, which makes sense given that he holds the world’s only PhD in gin.
This luxury Martini Case launched in the U.K. last summer, and just entered the U.S. market. The contents include everything you need to whip up some Martinis for a thirsty crowd—a bottle of No.3 London Dry Gin, two No.3 x Nude Martini glasses (Turkish designed lead-free crystal glassware that is supposed to keep your Martini cold for longer), a jigger, Martini picks, leather coasters, and a limited-edition vermouth dropper bottle designed by mixologist Alessandro Palazzi of London’s famous Dukes Bar. The case itself was designed by Globe-Trotter, a British brand that has been around for more than a century.
Just 100 of these limited-edition cases were made, with only 40 available to purchases in the U.S. Visit ReserveBar now to get one before they sell out—this would make a great holiday gift for the aspiring mixologist in your life.