- Gin type: Distilled & Old Tom
- Made in: Scotland
- Key botanicals: Juniper, beeswax, sea salt
- Strength (ABV): 43% / 46% / 48%
Read in-depth reviews of the best Scottish gins. Learn about their brand stories, how they’re made, tasting notes, and recommended serves.
About 70% of all the UK’s gin is produced in Scottish distilleries including some of the world’s best-known brands.
Scottish gins are very much in vogue at the moment. From island gins such as Isle of Harris, The Botanist and Misty Isle, to brands such as Caorunn, Eden Mill and Edinburgh Gin, there’s a fervent demand which shows no signs of stopping.
With over 450 Scottish gins to chose from (The Gin Cooperative), you might not know where to start!
To help you out, you can view 39 of the best gins from Scotland – as chosen by some fellow supporters of International Scottish Gin Day.
Free 10cl bottle of Colonsay Gin provided to sample for this review. Opinions entirely that of From the Gin Shelf Free 10cl bottle of Colonsay Gin provided to sample for this review. Opinions entirely that of From the Gin Shelf Colonsay Gin Review The island of...
Last time out I reviewed the stunning Isle of Harris Gin from the Outer Hebrides. Now, let me transport you around the coast of Scotland to the country’s north east, and another remote and rugged island - Orkney. Advertisement feature: Free Bottle provided for this...
Advertisement feature: Free samples provided for this review. Opinion entirely that of From the Gin Shelf. Scotland Classic Juniper, citrus and earthy spice Slice of pink grapefruit 42% Under £30 Scotland Classic Juniper, citrus and earthy spice Slice of pink...
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Review of the unique Boë Violet Gin from Scottish-based distiller Boë. Find out about its flavour profile, tasting notes and how to make the perfect serve.
According to the Gin Cooperative, there are 400+ Scottish gins.
According to the Scottish Gin Society, there are over 90 distilleries that make there own gin.