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Lind and Lime Gin
The first tipple to come from Edinburgh's Port of Leith Distillery has arrived in the shape of Lind & Lime Gin! The name is inspired by Dr. James Lind of Edinburgh, who conducted one of the first clinical trials aboard the HMS Salisbury. In these trials, he noted that the scurvy patients eating citrus fruits were showing good signs. Hence the addition of lime within this gin. To balance the powerful citrus freshness, the distillers also used pink peppercorn alongside five other botanicals (including juniper) to create the recipe.
Ramsbury Gin is a rare thing, one of the few single estate gins made in the UK. Ramsbury believe that you can't make great gin without first making great vodka. Ramsbury Gin starts its journey on the estate as Horatio wheat. It is then distilled through their 43 plate copper still, creating a base spirit that gives the gin an incredibly smooth texture.
Floral tones and crisp quince fades into more savoury juniper, with a refreshing finish and a touch of spice. Smoothness abounds and this single estate spirit sits at the sweeter end of London Dry Gin.
Cutty Sark Blended Scotch Whisky
Named for the historic ship, Cutty Sark is a blend that's been around since 1923 and was the worlds first light coloured whisky to be released on general sale. With Glenrothes at it's core, Cutty Sark Whisky is a blend of optimum Speyside single malts matured predominantly in American Oak casks, giving a smooth, rounded palate with a touch of smoke.
James Eadie's Trademark X Blended Scotch Whisky
Taste a piece of history! Revived by the great-great-grandson of the original James Eadie, this blend brings together the single malts of the range into a wonderfully full and expressive whisky that surpasses the sum of its parts. Regular award winner.
Nose: Raisins drizzled with spiced rum and Sherry, a hint of grassy peat, oily walnut.
Palate: Mexican chocolate, ripe red berries, brown sugar, another waft of soft peat smoke.
Finish: Juicy apricot and pear notes last on the finish.
Luxardo have been making Limoncello since 1821, using only Italian lemons.
Serve neat from the freezer over crushed ice, or with tonic, sparkling wine, in iced tea or over vanilla gelato or sorbet. Limonocello as it should be.
Skillogalee Liqueur Muscat, Barossa
From Australia's Barossa Valley, this deep, rich, and sticky Muscat wine is simply divine. Full of rum, raisin, and date aromas, opulent with exotic spice and toasted nuts. Serve alongside a dried fruit and cheeseboard, or with Middle Eastern inspired desserts - a nod to the grapes origin.