With the expansion of the Skellig Six18 corporate gift service to the United Kingdom in 2022, gift a taste of the Skellig Coast to your clients and colleagues this year!
Sending a gift is a great way of showing appreciation to clients and employees. However, it does raise time-consuming headaches around logistics, fulfilment and selecting a gift that will be remembered for the right reasons. The Skellig Six18 corporate gift service is designed to take these challenges off your desk , giving you peace of mind that your recipient will receive a premium gift, on time and in perfect condition. Skellig Six18 can facilitate large or small orders of, for delivery to one single or multiple different addresses. We manage packing, shipping and tracking directly with DPD. We can handwrite notes with a message you decide, or we can include branded material you have printed in advance. Address changes, last minute additions – all no problem. UK orders are delivered from a specialist fulfilment house in Surrey, reducing shipping costs and avoiding the risk of surprise import and customs charges.
As much as the service will save you time, the gift will impress your recipients – see this unique gift and opening experience for yourself here. Each bottle of the award-winning Skellig Six18 Pot Still Gin is hand-packed in 100% recyclable and sustainably sourced Flexi-Hex packaging. It provides protection for the gift, and a luxurious look and feel that creates a premium gifting and opening experience. Couple this with Skellig Six18 being the only Irish Gin to win at the World Drinks Design Awards 2021, and a recipe containing local botanicals carefully foraged and chosen with guidance from an Irish Michelin-starred chef, and you can be certain your recipient will left be smiling.
Click HERE to order online today or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your gifting needs with our dedicated corporate gifting manager. Check out the corporate gifting section of our website to learn more about the product range available in Ireland and the EU.