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Boe Peach and Hibiscus Gin Liqueur - Scotland (1x50cl)

Boë gins have always stood out from the crowd. Each variant, delivers a distinctive and unmistakably vibrant taste. Amazing to look at and delicious to sip, these gorgeous gins leave a lasting impression. 

Lovingly created in small batches with Boe Superior Gin. The tanginess and berry-rich flavour of Hibiscus combines perfectly with fresh peaches, to give a delightful fruity and flowery aroma and taste. Enjoy with Champagne or Prosecco, in cocktails, with soda or lemonade or simply over ice.

£20.00

Boe Superior Violet Gin - Scotland (1 x 70cl)

Boë gins have always stood out from the crowd. Each variant, delivers a distinctive and unmistakably vibrant taste. Amazing to look at and delicious to sip, these gorgeous gins leave a lasting impression. 

The award winning Boe Superior Gin is infused with violets to create Boe Violet Gin. The addition of violets creates a stylish gin with a light, delicate taste and beautiful colour and aroma. Enjoy with tonic, in a cocktail or with the mixer and accompaniment of your choice.

£36.00

Colonsay Wild Island Sacred Tree Gin (1x 70cl)

Wild Island Botanic Gin is a celebration of the beauty and unique character of our island home, the Isle of Colonsay. They set out to create a truly exceptional spirit crafted around the native botanicals that grow on the crofts in the Southern Hebrides off Scotland’s West coast.

Crafted in a century old copper still at Langley Distillery, using 100% British Wheat infused with six native hand foraged botanicals growing wild on the island and a further ten as the base. Wild Island Botanic Gin is bottled in Scotland at 43.7% abv using pure Scottish water.

Wild Island ‘Sacred Tree’ Gin uses an array of carefully selected Autumn fruits, including brambles hand gathered on the island, added to a composition totalling 22 individual botanicals to create an incredibly complex, ripe fruit, spicy-sweet contemporary London Dry style gin. The ancient Scots observed a ‘sacred tree’ calendar of which the bramble vine was one representing the month of September. It was during the month of September that the fruits were gathered and it is the bramble to which the distillers are giving prominence due to its predominant character.

The perfect way to serve Sacred Tree gin is:

1 part Wild Island Sacred Tree Gin
2 parts good quality tonic water (try Elderflower tonic for a twist on the original)
1 slice of ripe red apple
A scattering of black berries
Fresh cubed ice

Fill a highball glass with ice and pour in the gin. Top up with the tonic water, drop in the slice of apple and garnish with the berries. Gently stir and serve.

£39.00

Crossbill Small Batch Highland Gin - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Crossbill Gin is a celebration of juniper and rosehip, two bold and fresh Highland botanicals. Made using only 100% Scottish hand picked botanicals, they have re-established a long lost tradition of harvesting Scottish juniper. This creates a distinct taste evocative of the ancient pine forests where juniper has grown for centuries. 

In the 18th century Scotland’s fragrant juniper was exported to Holland to produce Jenever (gin's great, great grandfather). This tradition died out 200 years ago but Crossbill’s founder Jonathan was captivated by the idea of reviving Scottish juniper harvesting to produce a new gin.

£38.00

Gael Scottish Malted Gin (1x 70cl)

Inspired by the Internationally acclaimed Scottish fiddle tune "The Gael" Signature Scottish gin is five times distilled from malted barley using a blend of traditional botanicals and a hint of Scottish heather. The result, a gin with a light citrus nose, following through with juniper, cardamom and a warm finish.

£40.00

Hills & Harbour Gin - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Galloway is the home of Hills & Harbour gin and is a special corner of Scotland. Surrounded by forests and unspoilt coastlines, it’s the perfect larder for their ingredients. Nestled on the edge of Newton Stewart this modern grain to glass distillery pumps out gallons of tasty stuff and delivers panoramic views over the Galloway Hills.

This is the smooth and vibrant Hills & Harbour Gin which offers a taste of Galloway. With local Noble Fir needles and Bladderwrack Seaweed, it leads with juniper and is balanced with hints of forest fir, tropical fruit, citrus spice, tangy sherbet and a subtle scent of the shore. Balanced and versatile it serves well with almost any garnish, which means you can get creative and serve the gin the way you like it.

£34.00

Kinrara Gin (1x 70cl)

Kinrara’s highland distillery is nestled in 12,000 acres of Cairngorm National Park, just outside Aviemore. One of Scotland’s newest micro distilleries, they make unique highland dry gins and liqueurs infused with local flora and berries. As they grow, they plan to also craft single malt whisky and Scottish rums.

The centuries old Cairngorm estate was founded by Lady Jane Gordon, beautiful socialite and co-creator of the famous Gordon Highlanders. The estate offers a stunning range of flora and berries that they forage for their gins and mix with carefully sourced botanicals. 

Kinrara distillery prides itself on creating a handcrafted small batch spirit. From the distillation of the gin right down to the bottling, everything is lovingly done by hand, by their passionate highland team.

This is a juniper led dry gin, combining both foraged and locally sourced botanicals. The rosehip’s and rowan berries that are used in the gin have been gathered from the estate grounds throughout the year. The nose is fruity and floral with a hint of rosehip and slight sweetness. The flavours are slightly floral, in this juniper led dry gin with a long subtle orange finish. Serve in a tumbler with lots of ice and topped with a premium tonic. Garnish with a twist of orange peel.

£39.00

Kintyre Gin - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Beinn an Tuirc Distillery occupies a former piggery building located on Torrisdale Castle Estate in Kintyre, Scotland. The estate comprises around 1,200 acres of hill, forest and farm land and boasts magnificent views over the Kilbrannan Sound to the Isle of Arran. Kintyre Gin is made at Beinn an Tuirc Distillery. It is the latest brain-child of laird, Niall Macalister Hall who refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to come up with innovative ways to diversify the estate.

The small copper pot still was imported from Germany and has a fill capacity of only 230 litres, resulting in a truly hand crafted gin. The still is run on electricity supplied directly to them from their own hydro-electric  scheme. Their fine looking still is named Big Don, a nod to Niall and Kenny’s father who sadly passed away during the initial stages of the distillery’s development. A keen gin drinker, and luckily for us, someone with a great sense of humour, Donald will be watching on with interest!

They use 12 botanicals in Kintyre Gin, which have all been sustainably sourced. To achieve the characteristics of a very flavoursome and well-balanced spirit, the gin consists of 10 commonly used botanicals, with the addition of 2 which are unique, namely Icelandic moss and sheep sorrel - both grow on the estate in abundance. Either through maceration or vapour infusion, these produce a gin which is has earthy and spicy characteristics, being deep in flavour, with a very pleasant floral aroma.

£37.00

Lussa Gin - Scotland (1x70cl)

A gin truly from the Isle of Jura: not only are the 15 botanicals foraged there, but it is – unusually for island gins – distilled there too. It's a gin produced by a trio of wild ladies on a truly wild island.

If the term “full bodied” can be applied to a gin, it applies to Lussa. Jura honeysuckle, rose petals, ground elder, water mint, ground elderflower, lime flowers, rosehips, lemon balm, orris, sea lettuce and coriander are all used in the gin, along with spring water from the nearby Lussa glen.

Round, warm, fruited, citrussy and a wee bitty spicy: this is a real “boutique gin”.

£44.00

Martin Miller's Gin - England / Iceland (1x 70cl)

Martin Miller and his two friends, appalled by the lack of quality of gin and wanting to encourage a younger group of consumers into the gin fold, set off on a quest for the best gin possible, sparing no expense. To achieve this, juniper needed to be tamed, without compromising the traditional character of gin. Launching in 1999, Martin Miller’s Gin became the first modern-day high quality gin brand, thus setting off the gin renaissance.

Martin Miller was a strange mix. At heart a traditionalist yet, at the same time, possessed of a strong appetite for adventure combined with an illogical and irrepressible love of the Romantic. In creating his gin, the traditionalist in him demanded he make a gin that ‘tasted of gin’ and not, in his words, ‘of some highly flavoured confection’. To this end he insisted on only employing the methods and techniques of the ‘old school’ gin makers; sticking rigidly to their tried and tested methods and their classic range of botanicals.

Martin Miller's Original Gin, is pot distilled using two separate distillations. This imparts a unique balance of citrus and juniper. It is blended to a bottling strength of 40% ABV using Icelandic Spring Water. It is the perfect gin for martinis and gin and tonics.

£30.00

Masons Original Dry Yorkshire Gin - England (1x 70cl)

Masons Yorkshire Gin was created by Karl & Cathy Mason, gin enthusiasts without any prior knowledge of the industry who set out to produce a drink that stood out from the crowd – a unique gin with more character and more taste – not just a different label.

Distilled in 200 litre batches, each bottle bears its own hand written batch and bottle number. With its traditional distillation method, Harrogate Spring Water and just the right balance of juniper, citrus elements and secret botanicals.

Soft juniper, lime and orange rind flavours lead to a peppery finish with a subtle fennel fragrance on the nose, whilst on the palate there’s a ripe & sweet aniseed start, with bold citrus flavours, plenty of cardamom & green apple blending into a warm, mouth-watering finish.

£37.50

Persie Herby & Aromatic Gin - Scotland (1x 50cl)

Persie Gin is the brainchild of the man behind the world’s first touring gin club, Simon Fairclough. Travelling up and down the country with a carload of over 150 gins, he was able to see first-hand which gin style scored top marks most often. But there wasn’t just one: there were three. Very quickly it became clear to Simon that three styles proved consistently most popular by a wide margin – fruity gins, savoury gins and slightly sweeter gins. So up front, he knew that Persie Gin needed to consist of a family of three expressions, so there would be something for everyone.

Secondly, top-scoring gin had more than a nice taste: it had aroma. With over 75% of flavour down to smell, aroma is the single biggest influence among tasters for liking each gin. So you could say he followed his nose. The result is Persie Gin: three distinct styles of aromatic gin created and distilled in the former Persie Hotel at the foot of Glenshee in Perthshire.

Hand-made in small batches in a bespoke, 230-litre copper pot still, the gin is distilled with pure glen water from the local hills. Each gin uses carefully chosen botanicals to evoke an emotive and comforting scent.

The Persie Herby & Aromatic gin has the aromas and flavours of fragrant herb gardens with bay trees, rosemary and basil. With Persie Gins engaging the nose first, this makes them perfect for a tonic mixer as the quinine doesn’t overwhelm it. If you are sensitive to the profile on the nose, you won’t even need garnish.

£29.20

Persie Zesty Citrus Gin (1x 50cl)

Persie Gin is the brainchild of the man behind the world’s first touring gin club, Simon Fairclough. Travelling up and down the country with a carload of over 150 gins, he was able to see first-hand which gin style scored top marks most often. But there wasn’t just one: there were three. Very quickly it became clear to Simon that three styles proved consistently most popular by a wide margin – fruity gins, savoury gins and slightly sweeter gins. So up front, he knew that Persie Gin needed to consist of a family of three expressions, so there would be something for everyone.

Secondly, top-scoring gin had more than a nice taste: it had aroma. With over 75% of flavour down to smell, aroma is the single biggest influence among tasters for liking each gin. So you could say he followed his nose. The result is Persie Gin: three distinct styles of aromatic gin created and distilled in the former Persie Hotel at the foot of Glenshee in Perthshire.

Hand-made in small batches in a bespoke, 230-litre copper pot still, the gin is distilled with pure glen water from the local hills. Each gin uses carefully chosen botanicals to evoke an emotive and comforting scent. An explosion of limes and blood oranges with piney notes. Sharp citrus cut-through with a long, zingy finish. Serve with a little torn mint.

£29.20

Pickering's 1947 (1x 75cl)

When Pickering's opened Summerhall Distillery, it was the first exclusive gin distillery to be established in Edinburgh for over 150 years. Their gin is based on an original 1947 recipe. It features nine Bombay botanicals, engineered by us to create Pickering’s famous full-bodied flavour with perfect bitter-sweet balance.

Believe it or not, Pickering's gin only came into being in 2013.  Before that, Matt and Marcus (the founders) had been friends and business partners for years, with backgrounds in engineering, furniture restoration and property renovation. They were working at Summerhall when they spotted the derelict dogs kennels from the small animal hospital that once stood in the middle of the old Royal (Dick) Veterinary School. What to do with it? As fate would have it, Marcus had recently inherited a gin recipe from a friend of his late father. Hmmm… The next step seemed obvious. They built the distillery then, despite having no background in distilling, kept trying, testing and experimenting until they succeeded. 

This is a spicy and sweet, authentic Bombay style gin. This edition is made precisely to their original recipe, as it was written down in Bombay, 1947. The cinnamon used in this version gives the gin a decidedly spicy kick. The nine botanicals used are are juniper, coriander, cardamom, fennel, anise, lemon, lime, cloves and cinnamon (in place of the angelica used in regular Pickering's).

 
£30.50

Pickerings Sloe Gin - Scotland (1x 35cl)

When Pickering's opened Summerhall Distillery, it was the first exclusive gin distillery to be established in Edinburgh for over 150 years. Their gin is based on an original 1947 recipe. It features nine Bombay botanicals, engineered by us to create Pickering’s famous full-bodied flavour with perfect bitter-sweet balance.

Believe it or not, Pickering's gin only came into being in 2013.  Before that, Matt and Marcus (the founders) had been friends and business partners for years, with backgrounds in engineering, furniture restoration and property renovation. They were working at Summerhall when they spotted the derelict dogs kennels from the small animal hospital that once stood in the middle of the old Royal (Dick) Veterinary School. What to do with it? As fate would have it, Marcus had recently inherited a gin recipe from a friend of his late father. Hmmm… The next step seemed obvious. They built the distillery then, despite having no background in distilling, kept trying, testing and experimenting until they succeeded. 

To make Pickering’s Sloe Gin they rest their award-winning Pickering’s Gin over sloe berries for 12 months – with wonderfully warming results.  The result is a smooth, slightly spicy sip.

£23.20
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