Tobermory Hebridean Gin, 70cl, Craft Scottish Gin with Gift Box
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Starting as a blank canvas, the base spirit is distilled over and over until it is clean, fresh and ready to take on the vibrant array of flavours from the island’s rich palate.
It was especially important for them to create something truly original and unique, like their island, so when the opportunity arose to secure a redundant John Dore & Co copper still from South Africa, the time felt right. Read More Related Articles
Sitting in the centre of the vibrant island community, from which we take our name, we are a thriving, expressive and unique distiller, true to our idyllic Hebridean home.
On the palate it’s quite sharp, with more citrus, plenty of spiciness, and with a vanilla creaminess and still a flavour of that malt. Even though it’s only slightly stronger than average at 43.3%, the alcohol definitely comes across, and all in all it’s a delightfully complex and pleasant taste. The finish is smooth, and is as fresh as everything else about this gin.Ensuring a true taste of the island is hugely important to the blend, as is demonstrated with the inclusion of a pinch of Hebridean tea, grown by a local on Mull. Read More Related Articles Initial sweet notes of lavender and candied citrus are followed by a herbaceous bouquet and a light coriander spice Tobermory Distillery, known for their Tobermory and Ledaig Single Malt’s, has made its own original gin.
Unique to Tobermory Gin, a splash of spirit from the Tobermory whisky stills is added, creating a standout character, unlike any other. Try it on ice with tonic and dried hibiscus flowers, which give a lovely pink hue to the gin, and a slightly tart cranberry-like taste, which contrasts the gin’s natural sweetness. More InformationThe still, built in the 1950’s, was sourced and shipped to Scotland for refurbishment and installation.
This cookie is set by Rubicon Project to control synchronization of user identification and exchange of user data between various ad services. Lovingly named ‘botanical #1’, hours of hard work and experimentation were involved in creating the perfect balance for the splash, which makes Tobermory Gin so special.Palate: Savoury elements sit up front - oily juniper, cardamom and kitchen herbs. Clean lemon zest and star anise notes cut through the herbaceousness. The idea to produce a gin came about when the distillery had the opportunity to buy a 60-litre 1950s copper still from South Africa. They shipped it all the way to Mull, refurbished and installed it, and called it Wee Betty. (Betty’s a popular name for Scottish gin stills, as The Botanist from Islay is made in Ugly Betty.)