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Greenall's Wild Berry Gin 70 cl £12 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
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Greenall's Wild Berry Gin 70 cl £12 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon

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Posted 26th MarEdited by:"Ghostymen"

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Greenall's Wild Berry Gin & Tonic or Lemonade
50ml Greenall's Wild Berry Pink Gin
100ml Premium Lemonade or Tonic Water
Berries to garnish
Greenall's Wild Berry Flora Dora
40ml Greenall's Wild Berry Pink Gin
20ml Fresh Lime Juice
10ml Raspberry Syrup
Ginger Beer
Greenall's Wild Berry Squeeze
50ml Greenall's Wild Berry Pink Gin
30ml berry mixture (a premix of fresh raspberries and blueberries, lemon juice, creme de cassis and raspberry syrup)
Topped with 125ml Schweppes tonic water
Serve with a lemon slice


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dealdelver26/03/2020 23:42

From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh …From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh I'm surprised this slipped in as a deal, as usually admin close deals oos.


Doesnt it? Anything I've ordered from amazon that was oos was charged at the price I placed the order. Even down to one order that took 6 months to turn up. A fiver that's now 15 quid.
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joepbailey26/03/2020 22:21

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Yes I mentioned that in the description "Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available"
Ghostymen26/03/2020 22:24

Yes I mentioned that in the description "Temporarily out of stock. Order …Yes I mentioned that in the description "Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available"


I would move that to the top of your post, so it's much clearer.
Thanks for posting.
Crossbow26/03/2020 22:41

I would move that to the top of your post, so it's much clearer.Thanks for …I would move that to the top of your post, so it's much clearer.Thanks for posting.



Done thanks
From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh I'm surprised this slipped in as a deal, as usually admin close deals oos.
This stuff any good?
dealdelver26/03/2020 23:42

From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh …From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh I'm surprised this slipped in as a deal, as usually admin close deals oos.


Doesnt it? Anything I've ordered from amazon that was oos was charged at the price I placed the order. Even down to one order that took 6 months to turn up. A fiver that's now 15 quid.
FMCHAOS27/03/2020 00:58

Doesnt it? Anything I've ordered from amazon that was oos was charged at …Doesnt it? Anything I've ordered from amazon that was oos was charged at the price I placed the order. Even down to one order that took 6 months to turn up. A fiver that's now 15 quid.


Never known them to charge a different price to what you ordered it at
dealdelver26/03/2020 23:42

From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh …From experience, it doesn't guarantee the price will remain the same. Tbh I'm surprised this slipped in as a deal, as usually admin close deals oos.

Sugar free aswell which is a bonus. Ive switched to this gin for that main reason. I used to drink Whitley Neill. Ive not tried this flavour yet but the Blueberry one is lovely and sugar free.
Edited by: "Marrilyn" 27th Mar
Ordered to give it a whirl. At £12 it's worth a punt, when it finally arrives that is. I'll try if no good, top it up with a little Gordons and pass it on. After CV crisis of course!
Only ever pay this price at Tesco or Asda. Quite often reduced.
FMCHAOS27/03/2020 00:58

Doesnt it? Anything I've ordered from amazon that was oos was charged at …Doesnt it? Anything I've ordered from amazon that was oos was charged at the price I placed the order. Even down to one order that took 6 months to turn up. A fiver that's now 15 quid.


Thanks, I didnt realise Amazon does honour, I was generalising.
What is the deal with Amazon delivering age restricted items at the moment? Do they still require a signature or will they leave the item on the doorstep and ask to see ID from a distance? Don't really want to put them or myself at risk.
welshslider27/03/2020 13:42

What is the deal with Amazon delivering age restricted items at the …What is the deal with Amazon delivering age restricted items at the moment? Do they still require a signature or will they leave the item on the doorstep and ask to see ID from a distance? Don't really want to put them or myself at risk.


When they delivered something (no signature needed) to me the other day, they/Amazon called my mobile when they were at the door. I didn't recognise the number (020 3322 2305), so didn't answer, but Googled the number immediately & found it was Amazon Delivery. By the time I went out to check (within 1-2mins), they had left the package outside & scooted - they/their vehicle was nowhere in sight. Not sure if they're doing this with everybody/all packages though.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 27th Mar
welshslider27/03/2020 13:42

What is the deal with Amazon delivering age restricted items at the …What is the deal with Amazon delivering age restricted items at the moment? Do they still require a signature or will they leave the item on the doorstep and ask to see ID from a distance? Don't really want to put them or myself at risk.



With my last one the courier didn't seem to be even thinking about social distancing, despite the sign in the window, and insisted on both ID and unnecessary proximity even in normal times.
Nice find
Out of stock but you can still buy it usually when it lets you buy it it means they get more stock in. Well if we all have to stay in the house we are all as well better to have a good time with a wee Gin and a movie thanks Netflix heat from me x
I love to eat onion bhajis with this gin
PR127/03/2020 14:43

With my last one the courier didn't seem to be even thinking about social …With my last one the courier didn't seem to be even thinking about social distancing, despite the sign in the window, and insisted on both ID and unnecessary proximity even in normal times.


Had wine delivered yesterday from Amazon. Guy kept his distance just asking for dob (I'm 53!) and surname. If he'd have asked for driving licence or any other form of ID id have said no.
yeah, luck of the draw with courier/driver I expect - pre-lockdown I had a delivery where the guy just left it in the porch and rang the bell.
Had more wine delivered today. Daughter who is 23 answered. Same he asked for dob and name. And was 2 steps down after leaving the box by the front door. I think he was ready to just go if we hadn't answered quick.
FMCHAOS27/03/2020 09:38

Ordered to give it a whirl. At £12 it's worth a punt, when it finally …Ordered to give it a whirl. At £12 it's worth a punt, when it finally arrives that is. I'll try if no good, top it up with a little Gordons and pass it on. After CV crisis of course!


Lol... Just opened kitchen cupboard to get a jd and see we have 2 bottles of this already. And I've had it. Glad I bought now.
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