Country Scotch Gin
Region Scotch Gin
Distillery/Brand Solway Spirits

Solway Turkish Delight

A wonderfully fragrant and sweet gin from Solway Spirits up in Cummertrees, Scotland, featuring the flavours of Turkish Delight combined with classic gin notes. Excellent in a G&T, with the floral freshness shining through clearly.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fresh rose and a hint of tangy orange, paired with spicy juniper and cracked black pepper.

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Solway Turkish Delight
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Reviews for Solway Turkish Delight Gin
Really gross. Chemical nightmare!
Anna , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Would make a lovely gift!
Absolutely gorgeous! Delicious, smells lovely too! I didn’t even know about this gin until I tried it at a gin festival at the Red Fox! Amazing! 💕
Angie D , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Excellent balanced flavoured gin
Excellent product with unmistakable Turkish Delight flavour without becoming too sweet. great for someone relatively new to gin.
Vince M , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Maybe not a traditional gin drinkers taste.
Tastes exactly like Turkish Delight, absolutely delicious.
Alison , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Not great
Oh man. Tasted like my dear old Nanna’s perfume.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Actually disgusting, takes like chemicals. Though I should have expected it.
Dan , United Kingdom
4 years ago