6 Stunning Spirits from Scotland that We Love
The Gin Bothy's Bothy Original Gin, 41% vol
We've picked our 6 favourite spectacular spirits from Scotland for you to kick back and enjoy. If the fresh smell of Scots pine needles and rosemary is your thing, then I'd recommend, The Gin Bothy's Bothy Original. Fresh and invigorating. Like running through a Scots pine forest after the rain.
Wild Island Botanic Gin, 42% vol
Sourced from the remote Scottish Isle of Colonsay, Wild Island Botanic Gin is a complex bouquet of meadowsweet, watermint, lemon balm and sea buckthorn. A classic dry gin with underlying mint and citrus notes.
Perfect Pour Cocktails, 20% vol
Ogilvy's new cocktail range; their premium Scottish potato vodka blended with natural fruit juices. Simply pour a 50ml measure and top up with the mixer of your choice. Great cocktails without the fuss. Choose from Scottish Raspberry, Apple & Elderberry, and Mint & Lime.
Aelder Elixir, 17% vol
Handcrafted in small batches from hedgerow to elixir, Aelder Elixir is deep, complex, fruity and decidedly moreish. A Scottish version of Chambord with much more complexity. Deep purple in colour from its wild elderberries, it can be sipped neat, or, our favourite, enjoyed Kir-style with Champagne or Prosecco.
NB Gin, Navy Strength, 57% vol
One for the gin purists, NB Gin Navy Strength is crisp, clean and everything that you'd expect from classic, dry gin. Juniper and coriander are at the fore front, with a slight herbaceous finish. With its high alcohol content, this is gin that keeps on giving.
Lussa Gin, 42% vol
The creation of three foraging female distillers who live on the tiny remote isle of Jura, Scotland, adjacent to Islay. They forage for unique botanicals in north end of Jura, where the terrain can be tough going and the weather unforgiving. Lussa gin is unique balance of 15 botanicals including lemon mint, rose hips, honeysuckle and sea lettuce. Try with soda water, ice and a fragrant rose petal.
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