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.
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.
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.
One Of The Best Known And Most Delicately Perfumed Gins In The World, Bombay Sapphire Makes An Excellent Martini, And Is Great As A Base For A Gin And Tonic.
There Are 10 Different Botanicals Used To Create Bombay Sapphire. Although They Don’t Hind The 10 Magical Ingredients From The Customers, They Do Hind The Amount Of Each Botanic They Use In Their Special Blend.