Eden Mill is set to introduce a new limited edition box of miniature gins to its collection, and it's perfect for Celtic fans.

Celtic fans can now toast the team’s nine in a row success with a brand new box set of special gins from Scottish distillers Eden Mill.

What’s inside?

The limited-edition collection of nine miniatures offers drinks never before tasted by the public such as Broony’s Blend, a gin created by Scott Brown when he visited Eden Mill’s Blendworks site in St Andrews, Lenny’s Liqueur and a brand new gin in honour of the ninth consecutive title win.

The box also features sold-out former celebratory gins including the Invincibles Gin, a spirit marking Celtic’s unbeaten domestic treble in 2016/17; the Double Treble; the Treble Treble and the 8 in a row gin.

Made in collaboration with Celtic, the collection comes with a commemorative booklet which tells the club’s story over the last nine years and explains more about each special gin and its flavours.

It also includes two Eden Mill tulip glasses, which allow gin enthusiasts to best experience and enjoy the bouquet of different botanicals in every gin.

Tony Kelly, CEO and co-founder of Eden Mill said: “We wanted to create something special to celebrate the spirit of Celtic’s nine in a row win and with this we hope fans enjoy raising every glass of the collection to the team they love.

“Each gin has its own special story and marks a moment in the team’s journey over the past nine years.

“Once fans have devoured and enjoyed the miniatures we hope the box itself will become the perfect collector’s item, to hold memories alongside matchday tickets and programmes from past and future games.”

How to buy

Only 5,000 boxes of the ‘9 gins of Celtic’ have been created by Eden Mill. The collection goes on general sale for £55 at 10am on Friday June 19 from the Eden Mill website.

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