This Gin Wheel is Not Your Grandmother’s Lazy Susan

Talk about reinventing the wheel. Bombay Sapphire EAST and design firm AvroKO took the classic Lazy Susan and spun it into something magical. This limited edition Gin Wheel is pretty much the perfect gift for any classic cocktailer in your life, especially if the gin & tonic is his or her poison of choice.

In its first time ever brand collaboration, AvroKO – whose clients include restaurants like Saxon & Parole, LAVO and Beauty & Essex – teamed with Bombay Sapphire to create this original design, modeled after the time-honored tradition of home entertaining and social gatherings throughout the world. The handcrafted walnut Gin Wheel spins on a brushed stainless steel base to reveal sleek hidden alcoves, perfect for stashing the tools and ingredients to make your favorite cocktails at home. Keeping your home bar organized has never looked this good with ample room for garnish, ice, bar tools, cutting boards, coasters, glasses and a special pair of tongs that doubles as a locking mechanism for the wheel. We think Don Draper would approve.

Sold exclusively at The Future Perfect, you can pre-order the Gin Wheel for $500 now through December. In the meantime, practice your mixology skills with the recipe for the Bombay Sapphire EAST Gin & Tonic ReImagined below.

Bombay Sapphire EAST Gin & Tonic ReImagined
1.5 parts EAST
3-4oz tonic water
Balloon glass with ice and garnish with juniper berries, cinnamon bark, lemongrass and lime wedge

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