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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  1. Scottish Gin Brands Celebrate Success at the International Wine & Spirits Competition

    Scottish gin was once again recognised on the world stage this week when the winners of the International Wine & Spirits Competition (IWSC) were announced.

    Winning an award at the IWSC isn’t easy. The judging panel is a handpicked panel of industry experts from across the globe who put the products to the test through a rigorous two-stage process which takes place over seven months of the year. The process involves blind taste testing as well as a chemical and microbiological spirit analysis.  

    We’re absolutely delighted for all the Scottish gins who picked up a medal, especially the brands that we work closely with. Find out more about each winner and the gins below.

    The Glasgow Distillery Company

    Since being founded in 2014, The Glasgow Distillery Company is no stranger to an award and they scooped an amazing four medals including 3 silvers and a bronze for the Makar Gin range. 3 out of the 4 g

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  2. July's Gin of the Month - Illicit Gin

    Our featured gin this month is Illicit Gin from Illicit Spirits. Our gin club subscribers are currently the gin along with handmade spiced caramel gin infused chocolates made by the Sugarsnap.

    Launched in April 2018, Illicit Gin is the first creation from Illicit Spirits, a true urban craft distillery based in Glasgow. Find out more about the Illicit Spirits story below.

    Illicit Spirits Illicit Gin Bottles

    The Distillery

    Established in 2017 by Darran Edmond, an experienced distiller, the Illicit Spirits distillery is located in a railway arch in the Tradeston area of Glasgow. The distillery is home to a traditional direct-fired copper pot still which was made by a Portuguese coppersmith.

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