Are you a beer and gin lover? Are you looking to broaden your horizon of alcoholic beverages? Or do you simply love surprises? Flavourly is an online business that provides their customers with customised Craft Alcohol Boxes, allowing them to try the best handpicked gins and brews, as well as often various other treats! Read on to learn more about this company then take a look at some customer reviews to find out whether or not this business is worth your money and time!
Founded in 2012, Flavourly began as a food and drink discovery club by its founder, Ryan O Rourke. Since then, however, the company has moved on to become a drink tasting instigator with their memberships for monthly beer and/or gin trial bundles. With thousands of customers, they are sharing their appreciation for craft beer and quality gin with the nation with the purpose of encouraging discovery.
Watch this advertisement by Flavourly to see how they brew their beer and to find out about some benefits of using their services!
The Flavourly company is divided into the Craft Beer Club and the Craft Gin Club, offering their customers the choice of discovering various new flavours from either beverage. The Craft Beer Club division offers a monthly membership of £25 to receive a box straight to your work desk or front door of hand picked beers, exclusively brewed and selected by experts with personal customisation to your taste or preferences. This works out at 2.50 per beer, a great deal for a bundle of surprises. Customers have the choice of three different types of boxes depending on their beer preferences, either the Light box, the Mixed box or the Dark box, and if you are unsure of your preferences, they offer a Beer Style Test on their site to find out to ensure that the product is tailored exactly to you. The Craft Gin Club offers customers the choice of one big gin discovery for £35, with 3 different types of craft gins, each containing 200ml, resulting in less than £12 a bottle. The box also includes a mixer, snack and a guide to meeting the makers.
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All fairly tasteless. Only drinkable when very cold. Nothing that remotely would make me to want to buy them again. Trying to get through them so i can continue drinking nice tasting beer again. Haven't found even one of them that I really liked. Disappointing and won't be buying any more from them.
I am kind of obsessed with beer and i love to discover a new taste. And for that, i strongly recommend this site. Floyraly has lots of things to offer for those who want to taste something good in beverages. SO must try !
I’m a Beer52 customer paying around £25 a month for 12 decent craft beers so thought I’d give this a go as it seemed much better value, but it’s just cheap and nasty. Maybe 1 of the beers was ok but the rest were either tasteless, flat or just seemed well past their use by date even though they weren’t. Box and free glass came smashed so a couple of beers had burst (another bad experience from Hermes).
The only positive was the speedy customer response and replacement items.
Offer too good to be true. Not really. You would think £29 for 20 beers is a good offer, how wrong was I. What I received was 20 beers that no one has ever heard of, weak, tasteless and totally poor quality. Also got a free magazine, and just to rub it in, the magazine has a feature from Buning sky brewery, Burning sky need to cut all ties with these con artists. Seriously advise not to go near this lot if you like Craft beer, but if you like crap beer, go ahead. Such a shame people are being scammed like this.
What a con! Really unhappy with a mixed case I just received. £29.90 for 20 cans sounds a good deal from your Facebook advert.... but when the beer arrives you get all the same type of beer (pale) and extremely low percentage. One of them was only 2.5%!!!! Ridiculous. If I wanted low alcohol I would go to that section down at my local Tesco’s! Also mixed case of 20 to me implies you get 20 different beers, instead you get just 8 beers, duplicates or trebled to get to 20 I will not be using you again nor recommending you.
Avoid disappointment, and do not bother ordering any of their tasteless beer. You'll be lucky if it even arrives as they use Hermes, so chances are the order will go missing.
When the order does go missing, you'll wait days to get a response which will be accompanied with excuses as weak as the beer. They will happily keep the money they should have refunded you straight away, and make you wait for them to get around to giving you it back. This will be at least a week.
They clearly have big issues as they are unable to provide even a modicum of customer service, yet they are doing a paid advertising campaign on social media. What kind of a company pushes for more orders when they are completely incapable of dealing with the volume they already have???
There is a very good reason the beer is cheap; it is tasteless, weak and they have horrendous customer service back up.
I took advantage of Flavourly's £19 offer for 20 Craft Beers in all good faith. Now that I have received them I am extremely disappointed.
The offer comprised 6 different beers, Brewhive Vienna Waltz lager (6), Brewhive Neon Grove Session IPA (6), Electrig Boogaloo lager (2) , Endless River Session IPA (2), Flamingo Juice tropical pale ale (2), and Pillow Fight Chocolate Porter (2)
The offer showed these were all glass bottles. What I actually received were 20 cans comprising 5 different beers Lager 4.4% (4), Simcoe Pale Ale 2.9% (4), Citrus Pale Ale 4.5% (4), Table Beer 2.8% (4) and Session IPA 4.2%
I see the (very) small print says that beers may be replaced with a suitable alternative but I feel they have taken liberties with this since what they sent bears little relationship to what was on offer.
This is not just a small change. They sent 4 lagers instead of 8 in the offer, 8 Pale ales rather than 2, 4 IPAs rather than 2 and there is no Porter.
I believe they had no intention of sending the bottles shown on the offer. I believe this to be so since what they have sent is EXACTLY the same 20 cans of beer that are featured on pages 18-21 of issue 22 of their magazine. There is no doubt in my mind that because of their new collaboration with FourPure brewing they always intended to send these.
I emailed the CEO, Ryan O'Rourke ryan @ flavourly.com and gave him an opportunity to respond, but the silence was deafening.