One Gin is looking for a gin-loving marketing intern

We’re Hiring !


Looking for a fabulous, creative, ‘can do’, gin-loving intern


A unique opportunity to work for a purpose-driven gin brand with a huge ambition to grow and to change the world.

We are One Gin, a gold award-winning gin with a signature botanical of fresh English sage. This very special premium gin was created to delight our drinkers’ palates of course, but every bottle also helps to tackle the global water crisis. 


In a nutshell, we are turning people’s love for gin into a force for good.


To date, the One brand (best known for One Water, created to fund water projects in the world’s poorest communities) has raised over £20 million and changed the lives of over 3.6 million people. 


We are proud to now be stocked in the likes of Claridge’s Hotel, Mr. Fogg’s, The Dorchester’s China Tang, the National Theatre, John Lewis, Ocado, Tesco and selected Fuller’s pubs to name but a few. 


Our small team is made up of passionate, genuine and inspiring team players – some with formal corporate training, all with an entrepreneurial spirit – who believe in using business as a force for good and whose objective is to keep changing lives. One person at a time. One day at a time.


We are creative, full of ideas and very busy – we have a packed calendar of events and social media activity (we are very proud of our Insta puzzle feed), have a healthy NPD pipeline and are getting ready for export. We also have our own brand room, the One Gin Gallery at Mews of Mayfair, where we host gin masterclasses and other events.


The Role

Creativity is essential for this role. If you are a person full of imaginative ideas and creative flair, we would love to hear from you. 

We want you to be involved in everything and anything to do with the business so you learn as much as possible. However, your main focus will be on marketing. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to make their first step towards developing a marketing career. 

You will report into the marketing manager but work closely with the founders too.

Responsibilities (as examples only as this changes every day!)


Support Marketing Manager on digital marketing

  • Manage day-to-day relationships with our online community on social media (engaging with and responding to comments, replies, mentions, messages etc and following, engaging with and activating key accounts)
  • Draft blog posts for the website and social media copy
  • Propose and source additional social media content on an ongoing basis
  • Shoot visuals as and when required
  • Blogger / influencer research and outreach
  • Manage website review
  • Maintain and build on the brand’s Pinterest profile, creating striking pins and building boards to successfully drive traffic to the website.

Marketing – General

  • Implement local plan (Richmond events, partnerships, promotions, activities etc)
  • Research and implement partnerships
  • Work with design agency to produce marketing materials from POS to menus, online banners or packaging


  • Propose ideas and help activate existing and new accounts
  • Support sales as relevant, tapping into personal network and local hospitality

Contribute to and implement PR and event strategies

  • Support customer, consumer and trade events (sometimes after hours or at weekends)
  • Reaching out to social media influencers, engaging with them and turning this interaction into leads


  • Export – investigating specific markets  / competition
  • Competitive and segmentation review/analysis (ongoing)
  • Monitor trends: monitor the latest social media trends to produce best-in-class online activity
  • Overall, being proactive in suggesting ideas, strategies and projects

You will be

  • Degree educated
  • A strong communicator, both written and verbally
  • Have a good eye / enjoy aesthetics
  • A confident self-starter, as well as a proactive team player
  • A flexible worker, who is happy to roll up their sleeves and help with anything to support our small team from events to sales and deliveries
  • Someone with exceptional planning and organisation skills
  • Someone with a ‘can do’ attitude and demonstrable desire to deliver great results
  • Own a full, clean driving license and be able to travel nationally


  • Free tea and coffee every day
  • G&Ts on a Friday afternoon
  • Cake on birthdays
  • Relaxed fun office environment 
  • Regular team social activities, lunches, after-work drinks etc
  • Office within walking distance to many shops, restaurants and cafes

Please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you believe you are the right fit for this role, to: 

  • Location: offices based in Richmond, South West London

Throwing a sustainable party this Bank Holiday.

sustainable party


sustainable party

The highly anticipated tropical temperatures due to grace the UK this bank holiday weekend will see many of us hosting scrumptious barbeques and cocktail garden parties. It is often tempting to let convenience overrule our green values but it is incredibly easy to throw a sustainable party. Here are some ideas on how to create an eco-friendly celebration that your friends and family will all love. 

To begin, let’s think about invitations for your sustainable party. To forego all paper waste, keep everything virtual by creating a Facebook event or sending out an email. Alternatively, go for something cheerful and unique and use plantable invitations. This breakthrough concept prints your invites on seed paper which then grows into wildflowers or herbs when planted in the soil. 

If you wish to spruce up your garden for the festivities, then choose reusable decorations. A growing favourite is chalkboard bunting, you can write and draw different messages and images for every occasion. 


Plastic plates and plastic cutlery should be avoided at all costs! It is getting increasingly easier to find affordable environmentally friendly tableware. The latest innovation eco-partiers are advocating is Cornware; these are 100% biodegradable party products made from a cornstarch-based bioplastic. Cornware will completely biodegrade after 90 days.



Lastly, but by no means least, there are the cocktails. To reduce the carbon footprint for your sustainable party, opt for local alcohol brands whose journey to you was short and avoid the plastic packaging demon by choosing your local farmer’s market, over the supermarket, for fruit. Reduce the amount of ice you use by shaking less and creating pre-batch cocktails that you store in the fridge. 


Following your cocktail preparation, get inventive and save mint stalks and citrus rinds to infuse with gin. 

To make a deliciously tart, citrus-infused gin use six lemon’s worth of peel per 500ml of gin. This then must be left in a dark place, so the flavours can develop, for a period of one to three weeks. You will know the infusion is complete when all peels have turned white…et voila, you have your citrus gin.


Don’t pour flat champagne or prosecco down the drain and use it to create delicious syrups.

Champagne syrup is the simplest of recipes. All you need is 125g of sugar per 250ml of Champagne. Combine the Champagne and sugar in a saucepan over a very low heat. Stir constantly until the sugar is dissolved. Turn off the heat and let the mixture cool to room temperature. Champagne syrup is the perfect accompaniment to fluffy white pancakes with strawberries. 


Throwing a sustainable celebration can be both simple and inexpensive. All it comes down to is giving preparations that little extra thought.


And finally…for a refreshingly delicious crowd pleaser, create the Garden Punch this bank holiday weekend. 

Garden Punch


Tumbler / Large Wine


350ml One “Sage” Gin
50ml elderflower cordial
50ml lime juice
150ml green tea
300ml cloudy apple juice
100ml sparkling water
3 x cucumber strips
1 x bunch fresh mint


Pour all ingredients over ice into a large (2l) jug and stir. Garnish with cucumber strips and fresh mint.