Rogue Society launches corporate gifting collection

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  • December 3, 2015
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Rogue Society launches corporate gifting collection

SPONSORED POST: Looking for something a little different to send your clients to say ‘thanks for the work’ (and ‘please continue to give us work next year’) this Christmas? Bored of sending the same old bottle of sauv and branded calendar? Well, Rogue Society are here to ease your Christmas pain with a gin-based gift range perfect for the Christmas corporate gift-giving season.

The range includes Rogue Society gin (with or without fancy gift box), traditional crystal cut glassware, a Rogue Society cocktail pack (including all the ingredients needed for a delicious and refreshing cocktail on Christmas afternoon), and Rogue Society’s ultra-premium, small batched, hand numbered Goldi Locks gin.

For those that want to make an extra impact on a special client, all gifts can be personalised, etched with company names and logos. And all orders can be sent directly to the recipient, saving you the hassle of boxing, posting, and thinking of something clever to say on the card.

Rogue Society is a New Zealand super premium gin from the bottom of the world turning tradition upside down. Its modern approach in a traditional category has helped it win several international accolades, including a double gold at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Its gin, stocked by the best cocktail bars and premium retailers here and abroad, is citrus-forward and super smooth, perfect for crafting the finest cocktails.

To order, visit the Rogue Society Collection here, download a catalogue here, or contact Mark Neal on 021 753 581 or mark@rsgin.com. You can also pick one up from all good liquor retailers nationwide.

For more information on Rogue Society – its gin, its story, its mission and its philosophy – visit roguesocietygin.com

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