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Kintyre Gin

(70cl, 43%)

Kintyre Gin
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Kintyre Gin Bottling Note

From Scotland's Kintyre Peninsula comes Kintyre Gin, produced by Beinn An Tuirc using a selection of 12 sustainably sourced botanicals including juniper, lemon peel, almond, sorrel, liquorice, orris, angelica, bitter orange, coriander, cassia, Icelandic moss and cubeb. Not only do they use sustainable ingredients, but their copper still runs on renewable hydro-energy! They also have a tree-planting scheme where they pledge to plant a tree for every case of Kintyre Gin sold and use a portion of their profits to help community projects. Good folks making good gin. Rad.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Surprisingly fruity and floral - lemon and orange are rather pronounced, with orris playing a big part too. Herbaceous elements develop in the background, revolving around the sorrel and cassia.

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Kintyre Gin Reviews

Beautifully balanced gin.

Fantastic gin!

7th October 2019

Delicious

Absolutely delicious gin, up there with Harris gin.

17th August 2019

Excellent

This is a truly excellent gin. Have it neat before mixing with your tonic, you get an immediate burst of flavours. One of the best Scottish gins in my opinion, must try.

26th March 2018

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