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We’ve found the perfect gin-themed side hustle

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Gordon’s gin have launched three new flavours - Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin, Gordon’s Sloe Gin and Gordon’s with a spot of elderflower – and they’re looking for product testers.

Here at Stylist.co.uk, we love celebrating the simple pleasures in life – and a cool refreshing G&T at the end of a long day is definitely near the top of that list.

For anyone else who loves gin as much as us, we’ve just heard about an opportunity you really don’t want to miss.

At this very moment, Gordon’s gin are looking for taste testers for three new flavours - Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin, Gordon’s Sloe Gin and Gordon’s with a spot of elderflower.

Those selected will be asked to review and give feedback on each of the three (hopefully) delicious flavours, and while the opportunity is unpaid, you do get the gin for free – which seems like a fair trade to us. If you’re interested, you can apply to take part through Testers Keepers.

Even if you’re not lucky enough to be selected, it’s worth keeping an eye out for other chances to have a go at product testing for things that you already love. Along with the Gordon’s opportunity, Testers Keepers is also looking for reviewers for Elemis skincare products and Fenty Beauty make-up (which just happen to be another two of our favourite things).

And with that news, we think we can officially declare product testing to be our favourite new side hustle – in fact, we might even go ahead and add it to the skills section on our CV.

For one day only on Tuesday 27 March, Fearne Cotton has taken over stylist.co.uk and transformed it into her very own Happy Place – a digital sanctuary, focusing entirely on wellness, happiness and good mental health.

For similarly inspiring and uplifting content, check out Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place, available on Apple Podcasts now.

Main image: Gordon’s


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Helen Booth

Helen Booth is a London-based writer, digital editor and part-time maker who loves interiors, crafts and keeping tabs on trends. She also co-founded the weekly newsletter Lunch Hour Links.