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Benromach Red Door Gin (45% abv)

Red Door Gin delivers signature notes of juniper and a defining citrus note of bitter orange, with aromatic sea buckthorn, floral pearls of heather and chocolatey rowanberries. Handmade in a copper pot still, affectionately named, ‘Peggy’, the vapour-infused distilling method steams the neutral base spirit through eight botanicals and is then bottled at 45% ABV.


Caorunn Gin (41.8% abv)

A small batch Scottish gin from the Balmenach distillery in Speyside. Caorunn (pronounced ka-roon), made with a combination of traditional and handpicked botanicals including rowan berry, heather, coul blush apple and dandelion.

Edinburgh Gin (43% abv)

Distilled in a hand-beaten Scottish copper pot still using thirteen classic botanicals including juniper berries, citrus peel and coriander seed. Edinburgh Gin’s distinctively Scottish character comes from Scottish juniper, pine heather and milk thistle.

Produced in small-batch quantities ensuring that only the finest quality ingredients are used to produce a refreshing clean, crisp gin. At 43% ABV Edinburgh Gin holds the premium gin status.

Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb & Ginger Gin (40% abv)

If you enjoyed the Edinburgh Gin’s Rhubarb & Ginger Gin liqueur we have a sneaking suspicion that you might also enjoy its Rhubarb & Ginger Gin! All your favourite fruity and spicy flavours bottled at 40% ABV, complete with a subtle rosy pink hue. 

Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin (41% abv)

To make this extraordinary gin, we forage wild plants from the mountains around the distillery. What we pick goes fresh (not dried) into the still within hours of foraging. All the plants are sustainably foraged by one person, every day.

Glendalough Wild Botanical Rose Gin (41% abv)

Based on Glendalough’s classic Wild Gin, this small-batch variant has been redistilled with extra fruit, flowers and spices – and includes fragrant rose petals. Glendalough uses three varieties of rose to create a complex floral character, including wild Irish roses, Heritage Roses and Damask Roses, which also give a delicate pink colour to this gin.

Hendrick’s Gin (44% abv)

Hendrick’s wondrous botanical signature consists of flowers, roots, fruits, and seeds from the world over. They function to complement and set the stage for our delicious duet of infusions: rose petal and cucumber.

“Handcrafted gin with traditional botanicals, juniper, coriander, and citrus peel but the special infusion of cucumber and rose petals creates a unique & unexpected flavor.”- Wine Enthusiast

Hendrick’s Lunar Gin (43.4% abv)

The moon doesn’t simply just keep our tides working and act as a place to harvest cheese once we’ve run out. It’s helped to influence all manner of people to create excellent things, from music and paintings, myths and legends, and even gin it seems! Inspired by a moonlit evening tending botanicals in the hothouse, Hendrick’s master distiller Lesley Gracie has made Lunar Gin, a warming, spicy expression well suited to sipping while in the evening. Subtle peppery sparks, fragrant citrus oils and floral wafts abound here. Master of Malt

Hendrick’s Orbium Gin Limited Edition (43.4% abv)

Orbium is a reimagining of Hendrick’s Gin by our Master Distiller, Lesley Gracie. Instilled with additional extracts of Quinine, Wormwood and Blue Lotus Blossom, the result is an oddly exquisite gin that sits roundly on the palate.

It is almost certainly not for everyone.

Orbium contains the same distillates as Hendrick’s Gin, however, the same remarkable mind that broke conventions by infusing gin with essences of cucumber and rose has now taken gin in an altogether new direction by infusing flavours that are traditionally associated with classic gin libations; quinine found in tonic (Gin & Tonic) and wormwood found in Vermouth (Martini Cocktail). But it is not yet quite Orbium.

Hills and Harbour Gin (40% abv)

Hills & Harbour Gin is made tasty by the forests & coastlines of Galloway.

Noble Fir foraged from the Galloway Forests and Bladderwrack Seaweed from the Solway Firth are combined with 9 other botanicals to create this smooth and vibrant gin.

Hills & Harbour is a true ‘grain to glass’ craft gin with the wheat base spirit being made in the distillery from local grain. This adds a smooth mouth feel and a delicate flavour to the base of the gin.

Isle of Raasay Gin (46% abv)

The Isle of Raasay Distillery, the maker of the first legal spirit from Raasay, has released its first Hebridean gin. The spirit is made with a blend of botanicals including juniper, rhubarb root, lemon peel, orange peel, coriander seeds, angelica root, liquorice root, orris root and cubeb pepper, as well as Raasay’s own triple-distilled base spirit. The juniper was sourced from the island itself, with the assistance of local botanist, Dr Stephen Bungard. The 46% ABV gin is described as “fresh and aromatic, with bursts of juniper and orange, and a rich rhubarb note”.

Lindores Abbey Distillery Aqua Vitae

Aqua Vitae is a multi award-winning handcrafted botanical spirit, made on site using spices, dried fruit and locally grown green herbs such as Douglas fir and sweet cicely – the earliest ‘aqua vitae’ that was made at Lindores Abbey as long ago as 1494.

Colour: Golden
Nose: Initial light top notes of peach and pear, give way to hints of ginger, clove and cinnamon spice.
Palate: Rich caramel sweetness and some lively light herbal notes on the finish. Complex and rewarding.
How to Enjoy: We recommend drinking Aqua Vitae with ginger ale, and garnish with a twist of orange.