Special edition Lilliput Dorset Gin launched for Pride

A fun way to support LGBT charities.


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Lilliput Dorset Gin have announced their support for the LGBT community with the launch of a new limited edition Pride bottle.

 

For each £40 bottle sold, Lilliput Dorset Gin are recommending that a £5 donation is made to a local LGBT charity. They suggest a number of worthy causes including Diversity Role Models, Opening Doors, Stonewall, Pride in London, Manchester Pride, Leeds Pride, Bristol Pride and Brighton Pride.

 

Company founder Andy Woodfield told us this exciting new project aims to highlight their “commitment to equality and diversity” and get more funds to important causes in an innovative way.

 

Lilliput Dorset Gin is distilled with love and care in Dorset, using home-grown organic rosemary, organic Egyptian basil, organic Spanish Thyme and organic fresh water from Greece. It’s a delicious drink that perfectly captures “the invigorating spirit of summer on the Dorset coast”. And it tastes even better when poured from a uniquely eye-catching Pride themed bottle.

 

You can buy a bottle directly from their online store here.

 

If you are a reseller interested in stocking their pride gin, contact love@lilliput-gin.com to place your order

 

Find out more about Lilliput Dorset Gin at lilliput-gin.com.

 

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