Voted Gin of The Year at the Scottish Gin Award
Eden Mill’s award-winning Original Gin, also known as Eden Gin, is the St Andrews take on a classic London Dry. This gin was voted Scotland’s Number One Gin at the 2018 Scottish Gin Awards, where 116 gins were blind tasted!
Made from Fife’s seabuckthorn berries, a super food that grows within walking distance of the St Andrews distillery. The unique tart berry flavour is abundant but they balance the gin around it using citrus elements drawn from the other botanicals (like lemon balm and citrus peel). This gin is on a quite different level to most.
Nose: Strong citrus nose of lemon balm, bitter orange and hints of light grapefruit.
Palate: Delicate spice of coriander and clove through the midpoint. A sweetness of lychee, rambutan and pear under more sweetness in an orange finish.
Finish: Well rounded and smooth with no burn. A classic, clean and refreshing gin.
A quote from Eden Mill
£2 from every bottle sold of our limited edition Original Gin will be invested into organisations or charities who are working towards protecting and supporting the NHS and all of our healthcare workers. Each month we will announce and support a chosen charity.
Launched In 2010, This Is A Classic, Juniper-Forward London Dry Style Gin. Amongst The Recipe’s Thirteen Botanicals Is A Nod To Scotland, With Native Cobnuts And Black Mulberry.
This Is A Refined, Crisp Gin With A Distinctively Smooth Finish. Clean And Fresh On The Nose, Whilst The Palate Offers Juniper, Pine And Lavender. Bright Citrus Gives Away To A Soft, Round Finish.
Perfect Serve With Premium Tonic Water And An Orange Twist To Garnish, Or In A Variety Of Classic Cocktails Such As Martinis, Negronis, And Gimlets.
Nose – Enough botanicals to make us wish we had five noses. Big notes of citrus, delicate menthol and flowers everywhere.
Palate – Cool at first. It quickly mellows out, warmth growing with citrus keeping it fresh throughout.
Finish – Long, with a good spice.
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.