Pinkster, Agreeably British Gin
Pinkster, agreeably British Gin. A refreshing 38 % pinky up gin, that deserves your attention and to never let go. I was curious for a while, but it finally happened. It took some time, but it did.
My pink went straight up in the air and I had a chance to nose and to taste this beautiful looking bottle of pink gin. Pinkster is a characteristic, small batch premium gin and characteristic it is for sure, no doubt.
When you visit the website, you will find a short story how this all started. It made me laugh though.
Bathtub Gin and Rumbullion!
We are excited to announce that Morrisons are bringing more premium, award-winning spirits to their customers with the addition of Ableforth’s Bathtub Gin and Rumbullion! to their carefully curated range. The introduction of these lines is just another sign that customers are increasingly turning to products that deliver better quality drinking experiences and excellent value.
Gordon Castle Plum Gin & Liqueur
Gordon Castle, in the heart of beautiful Speyside in the Highlands of Scotland, situated on manicured grounds and with magnificent eight-acre Walled Garden, this is the inspiration for the Botanical Gin.
Every sip will take you back to a Botanical garden.
I started to drink gin, not that long ago and I must say that gin can be very tasteful and lovely. So does the Gordon Castle, Botanical Gin with the fabulous Gin. They say, size doesn’t matters and they are right. These small lovely looking bottles were very, very tasteful and I had a joyful time.
For a WOW feeling, size doesn’t matter at all.
Pickering’s Gin, a fabulous collection of the perfect gin. I was so pleased that I received a couple of samples to try. It is a different direction, but still connected with Whisky, for they used casks from the whisky regions of Scotland.
I am a fan! And not just of the peacock and their peacocktails. It is just a fabulous Gin for amazing adventures.
‘Plum’ing marvellous! Gordon Castle’s Walled Garden in Moray has infused its award-winning botanical gin with home-grown variety plums to create the limited edition 2016 Gordon Castle Plum Gin Liqueur; just in time for Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Show (RHS) from 23 – 26 June.
With only 150 bottles available, the small-batch gin liqueur will feature highly at the Gordon Castle bar on 13th avenue arcade. Alongside this will be the brand’s other home-grown produce including the award-winning botanical gin, raspberry gin liqueur and apple & pear cider.
During my stay at the Harrow Whisky Festival, in January, I had the pleasure to have a Gin nip. Makar Glasgow Gin that is. This gin has his spirit roots at the Glasgow Distillery only since 2014.
I’ve looked up the word Makar and Makar is a term for a poet and a poet this gin is. This gin is one of the finest I ever tasted. I can recommend this to everyone. It is an amazing step for your palate to take but worth it.
The bottle itself is elegant and shows beauty with a luxurious deep blue metallic-finish label with copper highlights featuring hand-sketched.
A while ago I received a lovely box with 5 tubes filled with lovely spirits. Rum, Vodka, Gin, Danica Whisky, Danica Whisky Peat.
Like the text says in the beautiful small box; in your hand you have the unique opportunity to explore the inciting universe of this golden liquid.
November 26th. This was the night for the Twitter tasting from Lakes Distillery. Everyone could follow, or can dive ( when they can’t stand the curiosity into history of this evening using #LakesDistillery.
On this cold evening, me and few other selected whisky enthusiasts were thrilled to be part of something magical. The magic of Gin & The One of Lakes Distillery.