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Monthly Archives: May 2019

  1. 8 of the Best Scottish Craft Drinks for Summer 2019

    With summer fast approaching and we promise the good weather is just around the corner, we'd like to share with you some of our favourite Scottish craft drinks to enjoy this year.

    Whether you're a gin drinker, a rum fan, a cocktail lover or even the designated driver, we have a refreshing craft drink for you to enjoy in the sunshine!

    1. Four Marys Zesty Sherbet Gin from Linlithgow Distillery

    Zesty Sherbet Gin from Linlithgow Distillery

    Released in March 2019, the Zesty Sherbet Gin is super refreshing and will invoke childhood memories of enjoying a sherbet fountain!

    Traditional gin botanicals such as juniper, coriander and angelica are combined with kaffir lime, yuzu, star anise and galangal to create a flavour sensation in your mouth!


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  2. McLean's Something Blue Gin - The Wedding Gin

    Something old, something new, something borrowed & Something Blue...

    If you're getting married or you're looking for an unusual wedding gift for a friend look no further than Something Blue Gin from McLean's Gin - the original wedding gin!

    McLean's Something Blue - the original wedding gin

    Originally crafted as a limited edition to celebrate the marriage of the makers Colin & Jessica in June 2018, there were only 150 bottles of Something Blue produced. The guests at the wedding were s

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  3. May's Gin of the Month - Badachro Gin

    Our featured gin being enjoyed by our Gin Club subscribers this month comes from the north west Highlands - Badachro Gin.

    Badachro, a former fishing village, is in one of the last true wilderness areas in Europe. Surrounded by the sea to the north and west, the Torridon mountains to the east and Loch Torridon to the south, the nights are pitch black and the Northern Lights can be seen regularly in the sky. With every corner you turn and every mountain you climb, you'll find another breathtaking view.

    The Distillery

    Within the village is the Badachro Distillery, owned and run by Gordon and Vanessa Quinn with the help Delilah - a trusty old copper pot still hand beaten in Portugal. Gordon & Vanessa’s ethos is clear and is based on expressing as much as Badachro and surrounding area has to offer in a creative, high quality gin that gives an authentic t

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