Avva Navy Strength Scottish Gin

Avva Gin is made at Moray Distillery Ltd, located in the old cathedral city of Elgin and has been made in their bespoke copper still called 'J-J' named after the owner/founders grand-mothers. Moray Distillery describe this as being bold in flavour with juniper and coriander to the forefront which is balanced with floral-herbaceous middle notes finishing on a clean and crisp citrus-mint palate.
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Badachro Gin

The distillery tell us 'Distilled in Badachro in the north west Highlands of Scotland, Badachro Gin is a reflection of the pure air, water and land that defines this unique and ancient land. Marrying traditional botanicals with hand picked wild myrtle, local gorse blossom and elderflower, the delicious taste of the last true wilderness is now bottled for you to enjoy.' Suggested Serve: On it's own as a sipping gin or with a premium tonic water, ice and a slice of lime. A sprig of wild myrtle adds greatly.    
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Badvo Gin

Badvo gin is 100% foraged from the hills around Pitlochry.  Those hills also provide the name for the gin.  Badvo is the anglicised version of their name.  Helen Stewart, founder of the distillery describes the gin as "sweet and herbaceous with a wild mint finish".
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Badvo Gin 20cl Tall Bottle

Badvo gin is 100% foraged from the hills around Pitlochry.  Those hills also provide the name for the gin.  Badvo is the anglicised version of their name.  Helen Stewart, founder of the distillery describes the gin as "sweet and herbaceous with a wild mint finish".  
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Baker's 7 Years Old 107 Proof

Bakers 7 Years Old is bottled at 107 proof and utilizes a special strain of jug yeast which results in a silky smooth texture and consistent taste from batch to batch. This is from Batch Number B-90-001, Sour mash whiskey.
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Balblair 1991 3rd Release 26 Years Old

This is the 3rd release of Balblair 1991 which was bottled in 2018. The distillery describe this as 'truly exceptional and this luxurious expression is the perfect after-dinner treat.' It has been matured initially in American oak ex-bourbon casks followed by Spanish oak ex-sherry butts.
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Balvenie 14 Years Old Caribbean Cask

Specially selected Balvenie - finished in casks that previously held rum distilled in the Caribbean.  The delicate fresh taste of Caribbean rum enhances The Balvenie's vanilla notes in the finishing - whilst adding spicy aromatic qualities to the whisky.  
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Balvenie 21 Years Old Port Wood

In the making of The Balvenie Portwood Single Malt Scotch Whisky, the Master Distiller has carefully selected rare reserves of Balvenie, matured in traditional oak casks, and transferred them to port casks for a few months.  
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Balvenie Peat Week 14 Years Old 2003

For one week every year The Balvenie run heavily peated barley through their whisky making process to create a different Balvenie style similar to that of 50 years ago. This has been matured exclusively in American oak casks for 14 years and is 30ppm and is from the 2003 run.    
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Bardowie Gin

Made by the Hazell family on the shores of Bardowie Loch. Out of an initial list of 13 ingredients, four that were grown or gathered where the Hazells lived were chosen to contribute to the flavour of Bardowie Gin.

Blackcurrant bushes that were already established when Mark and Alison moved to The Jaw provide the first botanical and the fruit flavour it provides is enhanced by the freshness of bulrush stems which smell like freshly mown lawn. This gives way to a nuttiness from ground elder which, although it is known as a pernicious weed today, was originally brought over by the Romans as a salad leaf – a function which it can still perform as well as rocket or spinach when young. The final ingredient that made it into Bardowie Gin was Bay – from a rather large Bay Tree that flourishes outside Mark and Alison’s kitchen window; this gives a pleasant herby aftertaste to their gin.

The botanicals consist of orange peel, juniper, coriander and angelica root to which are added the unique locally picked botanicals of blackcurrant, bay, bulrush stem and ground elder. The makers say 'The gin is a predominantly citrusy spirit with fresh, grassy and nutty undertones and a distinctive light, and florally refreshing experience which is ‘dangerously drinkable’.' They recommend their gin to be married with equal part fresh water and a torn bay leaf in a large glass full of ice. Alternatively, couple with a Walter Gregor tonic and dehydrated clementine for a longer drink.
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Beinn Dubh

Beinn Dubh or 'Black Mountain' is how Professor Norman Collie described Ben Macdui, the highest peak of the Cairngorm Mountains after his solo climb to the summit in 1891. The whisky is described, itself potent and mysterious, uses water from Cairngorm's Black Mountain, and is perfectly finished in toasted port casks.  
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