Isle Of Harris Gin

This classic expression beautifully captures the nature of the Isle of Harris, with nine local botanicals. The hand-harvested sugar kelp plays a big role in creating the gin's stunning maritime flavour profile of fresh pine needles, herbal notes, grapefruit zest and sea salt. You can read our full review here.

Tobermory Hebridean Coast Gin

At one time a distillery exclusive, Tobermory distillery's Hebridean Coast Gin is too good not to share everywhere. Made in small batches on the Isle of Mull with local botanicals: scotch lovage, sugar kelp, lavender and samphire, a splash of rich spirit from their whisky stills is added for a unique touch. The palate reveals juniper, citrus, and floral notes before a slightly salty finish - making it perfect in a dirty martini!

Barra Atlantic Gin

Barra Atlantic Gin is a treat for the taste buds. Seventeen specially chosen botanicals, including carrageen seaweed from the shores of Barra, combine to create this maritime masterpiece of a gin. Sweet and savoury with notes of menthol, this gin is full of flavours of juniper, coriander, and citrus. Enjoy on ice with tonic with a grapefruit wedge to garnish.

Caorunn Scottish Raspberry Gin

A London dry gin, pronounced 'ka-roon' and gaelic for Rowan Berry, Caorunn is produced at the Balmenach whisky distillery. This fresh and vibrant flavoured expression is made with an infusion of Perthshire raspberries in a unique Copper Berry Chamber, resulting in intense raspberry flavour, alongside tart rowanberries, before a pleasantly clean and fresh finish.

North Point Crosskirk Bay Gin

From the Crosskirk Bay in Caithness, this is a juniper-led gin with botanicals including Scots pine, rowan berries, and more locally sourced ingredients. The result is a flavourful gin that excels in capturing the balance between rugged beauty and elegance. Prepare to taste the sea air with a luxurious sea salt finish.

Isle of Raasay Gin

This Scottish gin is the inaugural gin from Isle of Raasay Distillery, and the first legal spirit from Raasay itself, an island in the Hebrides rooted in centuries of illicit distilling. Ten botanicals make up this handcrafted Hebridean gin, including rhubarb root, Raasay juniper, and Raasay triple distilled spirit. The result is a refreshing, zesty dry gin with a lasting aftertaste.

Ben Lomond Scottish Gin

This traditional London Dry Gin style expression is crafted with 11 different botanicals including handpicked Scottish blackberries and rowan berries foraged in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Working in partnership with the John Muir Trust to support Wild Scotland, National Parks and the Wild Woods Campaign, Ben Lomond Scottish Gin takes its name from the 3,196 feet mountain that overlooks the National Park. Vibrant and crisp, with a smooth, fresh flavour, the gin finishes with a delicate berry sweetness.

Eden Mill Original Gin

Made from Fife's seabuckthorn berries that grow within walking distance from St Andrew's distillery, Eden Mill Original Gin has a unique tart berry flavour balanced with other botanicals such as lemon balm and citrus peel. Very smooth and soft on the tongue, spices of juniper and green pepper are followed by bitter drying cranberries and seabuckthorn, before a sweet orange and lychee note on the finish.

Glaswegin Raspberry & Rhubarb Gin

A gin from Glasgow with global appeal. In a magical mix of eight botanicals, this is a fruity, creamy gin with a crowd-pleasing flavour. With another slick design from Paul Gray, this is no-fuss gin at its best. You can expect creamy vanilla, raspberry ripple, and orange juice on the palate, with a finish of lemon peel and a pink peppercorn tingle.

Edinburgh Gin Orange & Basil

A fantastic sweet and herbal expression from Edinburgh Gin, based in Scotland's vibrant capital city! The small batch, handcrafted gin is bursting with notes of citrus and rich basil which lead to a particularly fragrant finish. The fresh basil is vapour infused, giving it a refined aroma and deliciously smooth taste.

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