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William Kerr's Borders Gin

(70cl, 43%)

William Kerr's Borders Gin

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William Kerr's Borders Bottling Note

Made in Scotland by The Borders Distillery Hawick, in the first distillery in the Borders since 1837. William Kerr’s Borders Gin is a 100% handcrafted gin that was distilled in a Carter-Head still with a copper basket that suspends the botanicals (juniper, angelica, coriander, liquorice, cassia and more) in the vapour of the original spirit.

The Scottish gin was named after the accomplished botanist from Hawick who became a gardener at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A creamy, floral nose with plenty of dried orange and coriander seed citrus, juniper and a prickle of baking spice.

Palate: A little liquorice and honeyed sweetness combines with herbaceous notes of cassia and coriander as well as some lemon peel.

Finish: Quite short and impressively delicate.

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William Kerr's Borders Gin Reviews

Ahhh, the Joy of Kerr's

They say they distill their own spirit from barley, rather than wheat. They say the botanicals are suspended in the vapour of the spirit, rather than drowned in it. They say their Carter-Head Still delivers a subtlety of flavour that beats the pants off any column still. All of which may be true. But it's the liquid that finally pours out of the bottle that really matters, and it's a glass of pure joy. If you appreciate high quality gins, you'll love this one.

7th January 2019

Thumbs up from 007

A great looking bottle of gin that you'd really want to have on display and try out on friends. The combination of flavours are perfect with a quality tonic and slice of orange. It also makes a magical dry martini. Bond would certainly approve !

6th January 2019

Well special. Well. Be there or be square.

I have had the pleasure of drinking this. Visited the distillery in Hawick. Believe me, this gin has a BIG future. If I had nothing else to do in my life, I’d get involved big time. What scent. What flavour. What punch. It has it all. If there were six stars, assuming seven out of the question, I’d be there. Try this, or miss out. Big time.

3rd January 2019

A real find.

Has recently become my gin of choice. Delicious and refreshing with a slice of orange and a good tonic water. Also makes the heart of a really good classic martini - merely wave the vermouth in the general direction of your shaker.

3rd January 2019

High quality distinctive gin

A really good, well-balanced and distinctive gin, definitely not just another marketing story with a designer label on a quirky bottle. The barley base is really subtle and adds an extra warmth to the citrus and spice - tried it first with Fevertree Mediterranean, going back for more!

3rd January 2019

Delicious with tonic, how else would you drink gin?

Delicious with tonic, how else would you drink gin? Tasty, full of juniper and orange, hope I get to taste this again soon.

3rd January 2019

A really interesting and tasty gin!

This is a great Gin. You can really taste the difference. Lovely creaminess up front, followed by clean citrus flavours and finished with a liquoricy spiciness. The secret seems to be in the barley based spirit which is prepared and distilled 100% at The Borders Distillery. A real treat! Makes a super G&T, Gimlet, Gin Martini and yes, Negroni!

2nd January 2019

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