February's Kalevala #Ginstagram winners!

Kalevala Gin bottle

Happy March, gin fans! Tomorrow's the day this month's super special bottle arrives - but we're not quite done with the Kalevala Gin fun just yet! It's finally time to announce February's fabulous #Ginstagram winner and runners-up.

Rose floral bouquet

As always, our winner will receive their next Gin of the Month Box for free - and, along with four runners-up, this month they'll also be receiving a three-month subscription to Appleyard Flowers to enjoy!

Worth £60, each month our prize winners will receive a bouquet packed with the freshest seasonal stems, hand-tied and delivered to their door.

So, without further ado, here are February's photo champs!

February's Winner

Sean Strange

Roses in a vase with ginned magazine and gin bottle with chocolate cheersing on valentines day

Sean really got into the spirit of Valentine's Day with his February delivery - we can't think of anything more romantic than enjoying a tipple (or two) together. Glad you enjoyed, Sean!

February's Runners-Up

Reece McMahon

February Runners up ginstagram valentines day

What pairs perfectly with some romantic puzzle-solving? Gin, of course! Reece shared his Kalevala with over a fun activity this Valentine's Day - and captured it in this snap. Thanks for sharing, Reece!

Alexandra Gutsell

Ginstagram Kalevala gin and ginned magazine

Alexandra was thrilled to come home to her February gin delivery! A happy Gin Clubber is the best kind of Gin Clubber. We hope you enjoyed this month's goodies, Alexandra!

Vilma Johnson

Runner Up ginstagram winner for kalevala gin

Vilma was missing her home country of Finland quite a bit - so she was thrilled to open February's delivery and find Kalevala Gin! A sip of this special gin was just the thing to make her feel at home. Cheers, Vilma!

Sean Rodgers

Runner Up kalevala gin ginstagram botanicals

Sean showed off his botanical bounty in this gorgeous photo of Kalevala Gin. With all the ingredients needed for the perfect serve, we're sure this was one G&T to remember. Great job, Sean!