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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  1. West Coast Fest - 14th April 2018

    West Coast Fest

    We're delighted to be involved in West Coast Fest at Troon Convert Hall on 14th April 2018.

    West Coast Fest brought to you by JJ Event Bars is an exciting new festival that will celebrate the very best of gins, spirits, beers, ciders and cocktails from Scotland and Northern Ireland.

    We'll be serving up some refreshing gins from McLean's Gin and Solway Spirits including the best-selling Cherry Bakewell, Rhubarb Crumble and Raspberry Ripple gins. 

    There will be over 30 different exhibitors there serving samples, perfect s

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  2. The Kip Marina Gin Festival - 7th April 2018

    Kip Marina Gin Festival

    Together with The Chartroom Restaurant, we're exciting to be bringing a brand new Scottish gin and craft spirit festival to Kip Marina.

    Overlooking Kip Marina and the Firth of Clyde, join us harbourside on the 7th April to celebrate and enjoy a selection of over 25 gins & selected other craft drinks from across Scotland.

    You can sample all the drinks, enjoy them served with recommended mixers & garnishes and purchase your favourite bottles to enjoy at home later! Food will be also be served throughout the day.

    Your ticket also includes

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  3. March's Gin of the Month - Verdant Dry Gin

    Verdant Dry Gin

    This month our Gin Club members are enjoying the award-winning Verdant Dry Gin from Verdant Spirits.

    The Gin

    Verdant Dry Gin is a modern yet classic gin with top notes of juniper and bright citrus, balanced with a complex mix of botanicals to produce a smooth, sophisticated spirit.  

    In September 2017, just a few months after hitting the market, Verdant won Gin of the Year at the first ever Scottish Gin Awards.

    Verdant Spirits Botanicals

    The Botanicals

    The carefully selected range of botanicals was inspired by Dundee’s rich

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