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Wild Island Botanic Gin

(70cl, 43.7%)

Wild Island Botanic Gin

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Wild Island Botanic Gin Bottling Note

Wild Island Botanical Gin comes from the Inner Hebridian Isle of Colonsay, which you can find north of Islay and south of Mull (you know, if gorgeous views and the possibility of seeing seals is your sort of thing). This coastal tipple is made with a base of ten classic gin botanicals, along with six hand-foraged botanicals from the island - bog myrtle, heather flowers, meadowsweet, lemon balm, wild water mint and sea buckthorn.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Citrus-forward, with fresh mint and black tea hints coming through.

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Wild Island Botanic Gin Reviews

Great One

Will order again, just loved the flavour

6th February 2022

Well worth it!!

Wow this is my first time trying it! It’s absolutely enjoyable. Lovely flavour and easy to drink

16th November 2020

a must buy!

i absolutely love this gin. very fragrant flavour a must for botanic gin lovers especially with rose buds for garnish or berries.

30th March 2020

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