Isle of Bute Oyster Gin 70cl

Scotch Gin • 70cl • 43%
Product details
Isle of Bute Oyster Gin
Country Scotch Gin
Region Scotch Gin
Distillery/Brand Isle of Bute

Isle of Bute Oyster Gin

There's a lot of debate surrounding how to eat oysters. How many times do you chew them? Should you use a fork? Forget all that, now you can drink your oyster fill with Isle of Bute Oyster Gin! Well, not quite, the gin uses oyster shells rather than the actual mollusc, harvested from the Argyll Coast, accompanied with citrus and other more traditional botanicals. Needless to say this is an exceptional pairing with seafood, and does very well when garnished with cucumber.

Though the distillery is inspired by and named after the Isle of Bute, this gin is currently distilled in Glasgow - though plans are very much on the horizon for a distillery on the island.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Salty seaside notes alongside vibrant citrus, refreshing pine and a pinch of black pepper.

I've been really good, can I have
Isle of Bute Oyster Gin
Hold on, what's this?
#WhiskySanta is back! Adding gifts to every Master of Malt order as well as granting wishes on social media every day. Hit the button above and let them know what you'd like. It could be yours! close

Allergy information

Celery Info not yet available
Cereals Containing Gluten Info not yet available
Crustaceans Info not yet available
Eggs Info not yet available
Fish Info not yet available
Lupin Info not yet available
Milk Info not yet available
Molluscs Info not yet available
Mustard Info not yet available
Nuts Info not yet available
Peanuts Info not yet available
Sesame Seeds Info not yet available
Soybeans Info not yet available
Sulphur Dioxide / Sulphites Info not yet available
More allergen information

Reviews for Isle of Bute Oyster Gin
100% not fishy!
I don't like the taste of shellfish which I found off-putting, but I was pleasantly surprised that this Gin was indeed divine! It's a savoury sea flavour that you will absolutely love. Serve it with cucumber and black pepper corns and ice. If you like it, then add a dash of Mediterranean fever tree tonic. Perfect to unwind and dream of the Isle of Bute.
Damon C , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Love this
I love both this and island gin both amazing
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago