This is a fun birthday card and game in one, and it would be perfect for the gin lover in your life.
It's designed to be used on a birthday night out, as when you open up the card, two cubes with gin-related challenges on will pop out!
Once the recipient has completed the challenge on the top of the cube, they should put the cubes back in and pop again for their next challenge.
A sheet is included so that you can record the birthday boy or girl's progress. Will they manage to complete every single challenge?
The front of the card is personalised with a short birthday message, (such as 'Happy Birthday Clare!' or 'Happy 30th Nicola!' followed by the words 'Gin Challenge'.
There are 8 challenges inside the game - 4 on each cube. Please choose 8 challenges and type the letters in the box when ordering.
A. Blag a free gin from the barman
B. Ask a stranger to take a photo of you and a glass of gin, but using their own camera
C. Buy the least or most expensive gin in the place and rate it out of 10
D. Straddle a chair, ride it like a bucking bronco and shout ‘Yee-haa, I love gin!’
E. Try a different mixer in your next gin
F. Down your gin in one
G. Order a gin using a foreign accent
H. Buy a gin for a good-looking stranger
I. Raise your glass to a random person from across the room
J. Ask a stranger if they like gin and then walk away
K. Order a gin in a silly voice
L. Convince someone that your Great Great Grandfather invented gin
M. Get a stranger to buy you a gin
N. Convince someone that you own a gin distillery
O. Convince someone that you are a gin expert
P. Drink a gin based cocktail
The card can be signed on the back in the space provided.
Please take the cubes out of the game and store them popped up until use.
This card / game is handmade from white card that is lightly textured on one side. It comes with a kraft envelope.
The card is 8.5 x 8.5 x 0.8cm, and the envelope is C6. Each cube is 4cm x 4cm x 4cm.
These cards really do appeal to everyone, young and old alike. However, please think carefully about whether or not the recipient has a health condition for which this type of surprise might not be a good idea!