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Arbikie Kirsty's Gin

(70cl, 43%)

Arbikie Kirsty's Gin
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Arbikie Kirsty's Gin Bottling Note

The second release from Scotland's Arbikie Distillery is Kirsty's Gin, a tasty tipple crafted using a base spirit made from estate-grown potatoes (King Edward, Cultra and Maris Piper varieties) and a small selection of botaicals - Juniper, Kelp, Carline Thistle and Blaeberry. It was named after Arbikie's Master Distiller, Kirsty Black.

Reviews for Arbikie Kirsty's Gin
Winner of Gin Distillery of the Year
I can understand why it won Gin Distillery of the Year. It's a stunning gin. Beautifully delicate. Fully recommended.
Shannon C , United States
2 years ago
Too much of the potato vodka taste in this gin. It hides all the other flavours that are promised. During our “gin lesson” they did nothing but talk about vodka??
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Simple, subtle & heavenly
This is a real find. My first try of Kirsty's Gin - fascinating story and gluten-free too.
Andy J S , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Taste Sensation
An incredible Gin - can't understand the other reviews which are critical. Simply put one of the best gins I have ever tasted.
adam h , United Kingdom
4 years ago
A real Scottish Gin - a beautiful floral juniper led Gin perfect in a g&T and a martini. I couldn't recommend this more.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
The potato alcohol makes it have a vodka like taste that isn't suites to a gin. The company suggested a ginger ale with it but that was awful. Overall, dissappointing
bloggs , United Kingdom
5 years ago
A big letdown. Way better cheaper gins
The creamy mouthfeel from the potato base tends to obscure the flavours giving a gluey taste. The crispness of a true gin is missing and definition. Green and vegetal - not good at all in a G&T. The vodka is way better.
Godfrey , United Kingdom
5 years ago
Love it and being called kirsty black too makes it all the better xxx
Kirsty B , United Kingdom
5 years ago
A triumph Kirsty
Absolutely beautiful. My favourite now without a doubt.
How I like it- very little tonic- treat it like a fine single malt whisky. I find couple of slices of cucumber and a few basil leaves accentuates the taste and doesn't dominate. By cooling the gin and the tonic means I don't need ice.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Tried this in a restaurant with fever tree tonic, a twist of orange, and a strawberry. Utterly delicious and very smooth. I'd definitely have it again.
Caroline_PS , United Kingdom
6 years ago

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