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Ben Lomond Raspberry & Elderflower Gin

(50cl, 38%)

Ben Lomond Raspberry & Elderflower Gin

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We can't actually ship Ben Lomond Raspberry & Elderflower Gin to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Ben Lomond Raspberry Gin Bottling Note

Ben Lomond has bottled some fruity, floral inspiration in the Raspberry & Elderflower Gin! Its very own Scottish Gin is used as a base, and has a dose of natural raspberry and elderflower essence added alongside a smidge of sugar. A touch of savoury herbs brings balance, and we reckon it'll make a stellar Gin Smash.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Juniper initially, leading into dried savoury herbs, distinctive elderflower and raspberry fruitiness throughout.

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Ben Lomond Raspberry & Elderflower Gin Reviews

Summer drink

What a great gin to make you feel summer is here and alive. Full of flavour,without being sweetly. Serve with light tonic, raspberry or mint

3rd May 2021

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