Gin Company Is Looking For People From Yorkshire To Test Its Booze

Are you good at drinking gin? Do you own a glass, ice and tonic water? Then you may as well hand your notice in now as we’ve got a job for you! Well, maybe don’t hand in your notice, unless you can pay your electric bills with gin bottles. If you consider yourself a self-proclaimed gin connoisseur, then we may have something that interests you!

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The Local Gin Company is searching for gin tasters, and they’re paying for your service – with more gin. Could it sound any more perfect? They are looking for people across the UK, and Yorkshire is one of the spots where they need applicants.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, and you’re chosen, you will receive regular samples of the company’s gin, and in return, you will offer ‘honest feedback’, which will then be used to tailor their subscription gin service. The gins will be local to your area, which is a really great way to support the surrounding area’s businesses. You’ll basically be helping out your community by being the town drunk – all for a good cause.

Ideally, you ‘must enjoy drinking gin served with tonic water and be passionate about supporting local, as all our gins are regionally made’ and, of course over 18 years of age.

Start the new year with a bang and get applying for your dream job today. You have until the 31st of December, and you can apply here.

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Speaking of local gins, York Gin recently released a festive tipple that will take everyone’s fancy. York is the home to Terry’s Chocolate Orange, and they have created a homage to this with their extra special new Chocolate Orange flavoured gin.

If you’re anything like us, you will love a bit of chocolate orange, so make sure you try it out and let us know what you think!

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Author: The Yorkshireman

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