Country Scotch Gin
Region Scotch Gin
Distillery/Brand Edinburgh Gin

Edinburgh Christmas Gin

A festive gin from the Edinburgh Gin chaps, made with two classic Christmassy botanicals - frankincense and myrrh. The result is good as gold, with an aromatic, fragrant nose and a warming palate with hints of orange blossom and cooking spices. Fantastic in a G&T and other classic cocktails - perfect for a Christmas Eve tipple.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Well-perfumed, with elegant wafts of lavender, lemon and pine needle.

Palate Clove-studded orange, floral perfume again, a refreshing hint of honeydew melon, nutmeg.

Finish A lasting whisper of peppery juniper and honey.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Gin - Signature Botanicals - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Edinburgh Christmas Gin
Gorgeous stuff
Bought as a Christmas present for me. I think it’s absolutely delicious with wonderful orange notes. I wouldn’t know what frankincense or myrrh taste like but individually but they make for an amazing mix. I’ve bought more since my introduction to this lovely gin.
Iain Groundwell , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Enjoyed on Christmas Day enormously with FT Clementine tonic. What a Merry Christmas!!
Nichola B , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Not particularly Christmas-y or good.
This gin was disappointing. When you advertise a gin as having a seasonal bouquet but then it winds up having less character than a traditional dry gin, it feels misleading. Save your money and your expectations.
J , United States
3 years ago
True essences of frankincense and myrrh in this gin
Anyone reviewing this who says it's "just an ordinary gin" simply doesn't know what frankincense and myrrh smell (or taste) like. These are ancient resins, made famous by the Christmas story of course, that do have a distinct smell, and taste. As someone who is very familiar with both of them, I can assure you I was amazed to detect both of them in this gin -- subtly but definitely, and beautifully -- because too much would be overwhelming! Here's my challenge -- go obtain some of each (they're commonly found in shops), burn them, and then try this and see for yourself. It's amazing.
matt , United States
4 years ago
What a lovely Gin
Just delicious .. Edinburgh know their Gin . . . and this is great
John B , United Kingdom
5 years ago
Not worth it, really average gin and the Christmas notes are to weak
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
After you realise it’s a normal dry Gin with a small hint of flavour you may as well buy the cheapest gin as it’s the same as this stuff
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
A lovely gin, serve with a good wedge of orange and good tonic water - just delicious!
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Bloody lovely. Slice of orange and Fevertree tonic. Beautiful
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago
Why wait for Christmas
What can I say, it's DELICIOUS!
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago