Arbikie Kirsty's Gin

Arbikie Kirsty's Gin is named after the first master distiller whose chosen botanicals are; Kelp, Carline Thistle and Blaeberry to embody the elements of ocean, rock and land that surround the distillery. Now on the fourth generation these Scottish farmers use traditional distilling methods and a copper still and blend three perfect potato varieties to create a spirit they describe as deliciously smooth and creamy and also Gluten free.
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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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Byron's Gin Bird Cherry

This is the first batch of Byron's Gin from Speyside Distillery. The Distillery tells us 'It has been crafted to celebrate Lord Byron's love of the Scottish Highlands which inspired him to pen some of his most beautiful and memorable poetry.' It uses botanicals from the distillery gardens and the immediate local vicinity. The botanicals are Bird Cherry, Lemon-scented Fern, Lady's Bedstraw, Rowan, Wild Thyme, Juniper and Blaeberry - all selected for this exclusive gin by Andy Amphlett for the Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland.
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Byron's Gin Melancholy Thistle

This is the first batch of Byron's Gin from Speyside Distillery. The Distillery tells us 'It has been crafted to celebrate Lord Byron's love of the Scottish Highlands which inspired him to pen some of his most beautiful and memorable poetry.' It uses botanicals from the distillery gardens and the immediate local vicinity. The botanicals are Melancholy Thistle, Sweet Vernal-grass, Scots Pine, Juniper, Rowan, Downy Birch and Aspen - all selected for this exclusive gin by Andy Amphlett for the Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland.
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Edinburgh Gin

This Edinburgh Gin is distilled in small single batches using an ancient hand beaten Scottish copper pot still. It uses traditional botanicals such as juniper berries, coriander seeds and citrus peel to which is added pine and Scottish Juniper berries, resulting in a perfectly balanced premium gin, crisp with a spicy fruit edge.
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Edinburgh Gin Seaside

This Edinburgh Gin encapsulates the unique flavour profile of foraged ingredients from the Scottish coastline. With grains of paradise, coriander and cardamom, ground ivy, bladderwrack seaweed and scurvy grass lending a fresh mineralistic quality and a slight saltiness. Perfect with tonic or as a very flavourful Seaside Martini.
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Glenrothes 1995

This Glenrothes was distilled in 1995 was bottled in 2016. The Vintage 1995 was the first ever Vintage specifically laid in cask with the intention of, when mature, bottling as The Glenrothes.
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