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Gilt Single Malt Scottish Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Gilt Single Malt Scottish Gin

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Gilt Scottish Gin Bottling Note

Gilt Gin is made by the same Scottish company which makes the famous Valt Vodka. It's based on single malt spirit, which is distilled five times from nothing but malted barley.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Earthy juniper, allspice, creamy vanilla and cereal sweetness. Hints of dried herbs and tangy fruit.

Palate: Oily, earthy palate with dry berry fruit to the fore. Hints of toffee, digestive biscuits, citrus zest, aniseed and coriander seed.

Finish: Orange on the finish, with mixed spices.

Overall: A creamy, rich Scottish gin.

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Gilt Single Malt Scottish Gin Reviews


Very atypical London Dry Gin. The Chaps at M.O.M have absolutely nailed it with their review! I like to think that the producer has taken the 'high' road and used barley (more expensive than neutral grain) as the base of this spirit. In Australia there was advertised a Barley Malt Gin made by "Brinds" of Ballarat in 1920 newspapers so history is repeating itself! Back to the fluid...I HIGHLY recommend that you drink this neat (no ice) after refrigeration - you wont regret it.

7th February 2020

Superb, sublime and sexy

Absolutely wonderful. Smooth and tasty with a hint of whiskey - I am not a whiskey drinker and have never liked it but the way this gin in distilled makes the taste superb - and too easy to drink!!

5th September 2019


Why not drink it NEAT.......I love this Gin just as it is

27th February 2019

Love this gin

I love this Gin. Yes it does have a slight background taste that reminds you of Whisky which is probably why I like it but its subtle. So many gins promise so much but are very bland on taste this one has it's own unique taste. I'm not a fan of your standard gin's but prefer small batch craft gins. Not sure where this one lies re production but like the craft gins has it's own unique taste at an affordable price

13th April 2018


Tastes of whiskey !

26th January 2017


the format flavor is licorice with other herbs in background. I get not juniper at all. A nice alternative for a change of pace. I looking forward to tasting their vodka.

28th October 2016

Really not great

Sorry everyone, in our blind gin tastings we use this one as the extreme and weird gin. This is almost universally hated by all my friends - I only know one person that likes it. Personal taste I guess, but this is a marmite gin

26th February 2016

Pleasantly different

First sip was so not like your Gordon's ,Beefeater or Bombay Saphire. A taste I'm "learning" to enjoy

5th February 2016

New Favourite!!!!

Recently discovered this gin and from the first sip I knew I'd found something special and I've tried and tested many gins over the years! Would highly recommend anyone who enjoys a gin to give it a won't be disappointed

9th January 2016

Gilt,blue chip!!!!!

First time I have ever tasted a Scottish gin!!!!!wow,what a lovely experience,fever tree tonic definitely enhances the experience.

29th August 2015

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