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We don’t sell the English Garden Worm Gin anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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Our Mexican compadres have all the coolest drinking traditions. They've got bottles that wear sombreros, complex salt and citrus ceremonies and best/weirdest of all is the cactus worm in a bottle.

Well it’s about time that the English got in on the act, and so it is with considerable civic pride that we introduce the English Garden Worm Gin. Combining the Commonwealth’s favourite tonic-y tipple with, well, the Earth’s favourite worm - we think we’ve hit the jackpot on a new boozy conversation starter.

Raised in the fertile fields of southern England, these are some real down to earth-worms. Nutritious and *ahem* delicious, the largest member of the Oligochaeta family isn’t just the juicy prey of the blackbird anymore. We’d love to say that no earthworms were harmed in the making of this product, but let’s be honest; at least they got a proper, farewell booze up.

close-up of the worm

It's an Earthworm Jim, but not as we know it.

Perfect for happy hour G&Ts or as a gift for anyone with an open mind and a curious palette, you better make sure you’re the early bird with this one.

Product info

Our Mexican compadres have all the coolest drinking traditions. They've got bottles that wear sombreros, complex salt and citrus ceremonies and best/weirdest of all is the cactus worm in a bottle.

Well it’s about time that the English got in on the act, and so it is with considerable civic pride that we introduce the English Garden Worm Gin. Combining the Commonwealth’s favourite tonic-y tipple with, well, the Earth’s favourite worm - we think we’ve hit the jackpot on a new boozy conversation starter.

Raised in the fertile fields of southern England, these are some real down to earth-worms. Nutritious and *ahem* delicious, the largest member of the Oligochaeta family isn’t just the juicy prey of the blackbird anymore. We’d love to say that no earthworms were harmed in the making of this product, but let’s be honest; at least they got a proper, farewell booze up.

close-up of the worm

It's an Earthworm Jim, but not as we know it.

Perfect for happy hour G&Ts or as a gift for anyone with an open mind and a curious palette, you better make sure you’re the early bird with this one.