OPIHR is handing out free gin and tonic bottles when you buy a Deliveroo meal in Leeds

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Leeds foodies have the chance to bag free bottles of gin and tonic when they order a meal through Deliveroo.

Spiced gin brand OPIHR has teamed up with the delivery giant, handing out samples of its popular Ready-to-Drink G&T Stubbies.

Customers who order from participating restaurants before September 13 will be eligible for two complimentary bottles with their order.

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Participating venues will have details of the offer displayed on their Deliveroo page.

Spiced gin brand OPIHR has teamed up with Deliveroo - handing out samples of its Ready-to-Drink G&T StubbiesSpiced gin brand OPIHR has teamed up with Deliveroo - handing out samples of its Ready-to-Drink G&T Stubbies
Spiced gin brand OPIHR has teamed up with Deliveroo - handing out samples of its Ready-to-Drink G&T Stubbies
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To claim the G&Ts, customers have to click the offer and add the two OPIHR G&T Stubbies to their order.

The ready-to-drink mixes are available in two flavours - Gin & Tonic with a Dash of Ginger and Gin & Tonic with a Twist of Orange (both 250ml / ABV 6.5%).

OPIHR is a London Dry Gin infused with hand-picked botanicals including Moroccan coriander seeds and Indian Tellicherry black pepper.

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The ready-to-drink mixes are available in two flavoursThe ready-to-drink mixes are available in two flavours
The ready-to-drink mixes are available in two flavours

The spiced gin is inspired by the tastes of the Ancient Spice Route and also includes cubeb berries from Malaysia and cardamom from India.

OPIHR has recently launched ready-to-drink tins of gin and tonic which are available from Tesco stores in Leeds.

Five other gins you definitely need to try - including one from Leeds:

Having staked its claim as the nation's new favourite tipple, a gin is now one of the most popular orders at the bar.

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And while gin bars are becoming a dime a dozen, offering keen drinkers plenty to indulge in, there is a wealth of exciting gins you might not yet have heard of - including one made in Leeds.

Leeds Gin

This hand-crafted gin is proudly distilled and bottled in the heart Leeds and incorporates some of Yorkshire's finest botanical ingredients, including the region's famous forced rhubarb, juniper berries, coriander and ginger, all of which are as locally sourced as possible.

Sir Robin of Locksley

This artisan gin forged in Sheffield gives a nod to its location having been named in honour of local legend, Robin Hood, and is a true English sipping gin, created in an off-dry style which can be enjoyed on its own or as part of a cocktail.

Elderflower, juniper, pink grapefruit and dandelion give it a fresh flavour, and a grapefruit peel garnish is the perfect finish for an extra citrus kick.

Muff Irish Potato Craft Gin

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Established in 2017, the Muff Liquor Company launched their flagship Irish Potato Craft Gin this year, making it the perfect tipple to try if you're keen to indulge in new flavours.

Having been six times distilled, using nine botanicals and made using a prominent potato base with the purest spring water, it is a traditionally inspired gin which offers a spicy and aromatic flavour.

Copeland Gin

Handcrafted in Saintfield, County Down, Copeland Gin encompasses an infusion of locally sourced fruit botanicals to give the tipple a wonderfully sweet flavour that is sure to surprise and excite the palate.

Give their unique Rhuberry gin a try for a taste of something different.

Rock Rose Gin

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Crafted from an array of carefully selected local and traditional botanicals, including rowan and juniper berries, Rhodiola rosea and sea buckthorn, the final flavoursome recipes was chose to give gin drinkers a wee taste of the historic Scottish county of Caithness.

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