UK, Channel Islands and Ireland Delivery Information
- We ship orders with Evri and DPD for UK and Channel Island deliveries. The courier will be confirmed during checkout, however we may use alternative couriers in some situations to ensure timely delivery. Deliveries to Ireland will be sent via DPD only.
- Next working day delivery £5.49 when ordered before 2pm Mon-Fri
- Next day deliveries on orders made over the weekend won't be sent out until Monday, for delivery on Tuesday
- Standard delivery is free on orders of 3 or more bottles
- We charge a standard delivery fee of £4.49 on all other orders
- Most UK orders will arrive within 2-5 working days.
- DPD include the Channel Islands and Northern Ireland at no additional cost. Please allow an extra day to deliver to the Channel Islands.
- Your order will usually be delivered anytime between 9am and 5pm and a signature may be required on receipt.
- If you are not around to take delivery of your parcel, the carrier may leave a calling card telling you how you can pick it up. Some couriers may leave the package by the door or designated safe place if you have communicated this directly to the courier.
- Unfortunately, we cannot deliver on a bank holiday. In this instance please expect your delivery on the next working day.
- While our couriers will do everything possible to deliver according to these timescales, we cannot guarantee the delivery times.
- When you place an order, we suggest you have it delivered to a work address rather than a home address, as most posties deliver between 9am and 5pm, and will require a signature on receipt.
International Delivery Information
- At the moment we do not ship to other European or Worldwide countries. However, we're busy working on options so if you’re not based in the UK or Ireland, please check back here soon.
- We cannot deliver to an address if it puts the health and safety of our staff at risk. For example, when an address can only be reached by crossing dangerous terrain.
- We cannot deliver when it is difficult to access the address. For example, where the address is on an island, or remote part of the mainland, with access only possible by boat or air or access is on poorly maintained roads that cannot be accessed by vehicle, and which would require more than a 15-minute round trip on foot, can be categorised as difficult to access exceptions.