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Crossbill Highland Distillery

Crossbill Distilling has been making Scottish Gins since 2006. They started making gin in 2012 in Aviemore, Scottish Highlands. By 2017, they moved to Barras in Glasgow’s East End. Here, they make award-winning gins.

They specialise in gins that honour Scotland's nature. They use wild, fresh botanicals, all picked by hand. These botanicals are prepared in Glasgow before distilling. This shows their commitment to high-quality gin and Scotland's nature.

Crossbill Distilling has several gins:

100% Scottish Dry Gin

This multi-award-winning gin has only two botanicals: Scottish Juniper and Rosehip. It captures the crisp freshness of the Scottish Highlands.

200 Single Specimen Dry Gin

This special gin uses juniper from a 200-year-old Highland bush. It's mixed with rosehips and distilled in Scottish water. This gives it a peppery, piney taste with a hint of sweetness.

Green Dry Gin

Made in small batches, this gin has three parts of the Scottish Juniper plant. It has fresh notes, bittersweet berries, and a citrus tang.

Staghorn Sumac Gin

This gin combines Staghorn Sumac from New Hampshire with Scottish juniper. It has a dry, citrusy taste.

The name "Crossbill" comes from the Scottish Crossbill bird. This bird is unique to the British Isles. It represents Crossbill Distilling's focus on the Scottish Highlands.

The distillery team works hands-on. They focus on refining flavours and quality. They don't make gin for other companies. Their process involves careful harvesting, slow maceration, and small-batch distillation.

Based in The Barras, an area with a long history, Crossbill benefits from the Barras Public Realm project. This has revived the area while keeping its character.

Though based in Glasgow, the Highlands are vital for ingredients. They pick everything by hand, focusing on sustainability. Each batch of Crossbill tells a story of the land.

Since 2012, they have committed to using 100% Scottish Botanicals. They focus on wild Scottish juniper and rosehip. This shows their dedication to quality and the Scottish landscape.

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