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Tobermory Gin

(70cl, 43.3%)

Tobermory Gin

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Tobermory Gin Bottling Note

A small-batch-distilled gin from the Isle of Mull-based distillery Tobermory, who is better known for creating Scotch whisky. It features local botanicals including elderflower, tea and wild heather, and a dash of Tobermory new-make spirit, which is used more as another botanical rather than the full base. Initially made in a 60-litre still named Wee Betty, Tobermory Gin has a larger dedicated gin still in a stillhouse separate from the existing whisky-producing space.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Bright floral notes and juniper shine at the core of this expression among some citrus peel, vanilla and the lingering spiciness of coriander seed.

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Tobermory Gin Reviews

A nice presentation

I’m biased as my son was involved in the development of this gin... it’s got a very distinctive western isle feel to it... love the packaging

28th September 2019

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