Pixie Tears Gin
Turns Out That, Instead Of Tears, Sad Pixies Secrete A Glittering Gin. Who Knew?!
This crisp elderflower and cucumber gin is made from the emerald tears of pixies – just swirl to release their mischievous powers.
Nose – Floral at first, with notes of heather and citrus blossom. Juniper takes shape as it develops.
Palate – Orange oil, rosemary and a subtle sweetness of heather honey.
Finish – Drying juniper and leafy herbs. A pinch of peppery rye lingers.
Edinburgh Gin Seaside
Inspired By The East Coast Shoreline Near Edinburgh, Seaside Gin Was The First Of Our Collaborations With Heriot-Watt University’s Brewing & Distilling Msc. Its Shoreline Botanicals Including Ground Ivy, Bladderwrack And Scurvygrass Contribute To A Spirit With Distinctive Minerality.
This Is A Finely Balanced Gin With A Fresh Sweetness On The Nose, Soft Salinity And Herbaceous Notes On The Palate, And A Clean Finish. Seaside Gin Is At Home In A Crisp G&T, A Briny Seaside Martini With Olives And Anchovy Garnish And A Variety Of Classic Cocktails.
Beefeater London Dry Gin Was First Made In 1820 By James Burroughs. It Is Still, To This Day, Made To The Same Recipe. Great In A Martini, This Is A Spiced, Fruity Gin.
Nose – On The Nose Beefeater Is Both Spicy And Fruity. Nicely Balanced And Clearly Focused On The Juniper.
Palate – The Palate Is Dry With A Herbal Bouquet And Citrus Notes Complimenting The Juniper.
Perfect Serve – 50ml Beefeater Gin, Premium Tonic, Lots Of Ice And Garnish With A Slice Of Lemon And Orange.
Dressed in a green jacket reminiscent of the Masters Champions, inspired by Scottish Golf courses and in homage to the spirit of golf in St. Andrews, Eden Mill’s Golf Gin was created in 2018 for golfers to enjoy all over the country. This botanically rich spirit incorporates botanicals from local grassland and coastal courses around Scotland which gives the gin a unique juniper and floral flavour. To ensure Golf Gin was truly representative of local golf courses, the team of distillers at Eden Mill sourced botanicals such as Seaweed from St. Andrews Links and Gorse Flower from Braids in Edinburgh to name a few, making this Gin every golfer’s G & Tee of choice.
Nose: A nice hint of Juniper up front and an earthy spiciness from the rhubarb root.
Palate: Sweet lemongrass notes with a burst of mild pepperiness, strong hints of lime, coriander and aromatic spice.
Golf Gin is best enjoyed with a premium tonic and a blackberry and mint garnish.