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The Teasmith Broich Single Estate Gin

(50cl, 43%)

The Teasmith Broich Single Estate Gin

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The Teasmith Broich Gin Bottling Note

Though Scotland isn't exactly on the map for its tea, here we have what is said to be the world's first Scottish gin to be distilled with Scottish grown tea leaves! It's from The Teasmith Gin folks, though the Broich tea for this expression was grown on the banks of the River Earn in Crieff, distilled alongside 11 other botanicals including fresh apples, local honey, almonds and cinnamon.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A burst of citrus and fresh apple, with a hint of vanilla and warming spice fading into a sweet honeyed finish.

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Teasmith Broich Single Estate Gin Reviews

Lovely Gin

Lovely light gin with interesting flavour.

25th September 2019

WOW gin that tastes great and what a story!

Delicious gin, citrus-sweet with honey and apple notes. Who knew that tea could be grown in Scotland!

19th September 2019

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