Product Reviews — GIN
Lind and Lime Gin Review
Today we shall be having a look at the Lind and Lime gin from Port of Leith distillery in Edinburgh. Port of Leith Distillery can be found a stone’s throw from the docks. Established by two friends, the Port of Leith Distillery’s talented distillers currently produce a variety of crafted spirits including Whisky and Gin. Having won a number of awards, we were very excited to give this gin a try here in the whisky rooms. From this we have found a rather special cocktail for this gin, a grapefruit gimlet. Shaken till ice cold and served with a ball of ice...
Today we will be having a look at the Hibiscus gin, released in very limited quantities by Kinrara distillery. Kinrara Distillery is one of Scotlands newest mirco distilleries, found in the Cairngorms, creating unique highland dry gin infused with locally sourced botanicals Kinrara Hibiscus is a juniper led, small batch estate edition gin, it features both foraged and locally sourced botanicals including rosehips and rowan berries gathered from the estate grounds throughout the year. The gin is then cold compounded with additional Hibiscus flowers and sweet orange peel to provide that luxurious deep pink hue and distinct floral flavour. We...
New in the shop!!!
We have a new range of artisan Scottish gins in the shop! We have a rather large selection of Scottish gins now stocked in the whiski shop! Ranging from classics, such as Daffy's all the way to the contemporary and exciting Unicorns Tears! We will be having a closer look at some of these gins. Looking into perfect serves, cocktail idea's etc although if you wish to see our new before that point gins, you can view them here