The Gin Lover's Tea Towel

Stuart Gardiner's potent tour through gin and tonic lore covers this cotton towel with vibrant detail.
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Stuart Gardiner

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Stuart Gardiner created by

Stuart Gardiner

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G & Tea Towel

Who knew the gin and tonic you like to sip on a hot Summer's day has such a storied history? 'Ginfo' graphic wizard Stuart Gardiner, that's who. His potent tour through the drink's lore covers this organic cotton tea towel with vibrant detail. It includes how gin's made, the dark details of the UK gin craze (the cheap stuff included turpentine and sulphuric acid), and the origin of the phrase "Dutch courage." Learn about gin's aromatic botanicals, see how to up your G & T game, and make seven classic cocktails at a glance. Made in the UK.

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Stuart Gardiner

created by

Stuart Gardiner

location

United Kingdom

Stuart Gardiner truly found his stride when he became an independent graphic designer. After years of pleasing clients in the music industry, going solo has "been a very liberating experience," he says. "Now I get to design my own products just as I want them." It's a benefit for all of us.

The London-based artist, who studied graphic information design, injects his unique sense of humor into his towels-slash-conversation pieces, offering an elucidative take on beloved foods and beverages. "I design visually as I think, working with color, type, image, and form until I'm happy with the final design—or tired of looking at it, and need to move on," he jokes.

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Made from
organic cotton
Measurements
29" L x 19" W
Ingredients
Care
Machine washable
Item ID
47800

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