Boë Scottish Gin
£26.95

Boë Scottish Gin

70cl | 41.5% ABV | Scotland

Franz De La Boë is purported to have invented gin way back in 1658. And while what he came up with was likely to be far less bold than the gins in his namesake range, we reckon Boë Scottish Gin might have won him over.

This is a superbly clean gin, with a herbal twang bouncing between the walls of the bottle, as well as a soft, fruity orange citrus. It’s a pretty good workhorse across all cocktails and works really well in a classic G&T with an orange peel garnish.

Key Flavours

Juniper
Citrus
Spiced
"Most will know Boë for its flavoured expressions but this is the base they use and the reason they`re so popular - it's a proper classic gin that many would love."

About this product

Boë Scottish Gin has a traditional, juniper centric gin at its core, one that is slow distilled over a number of hours to ensure maximum flavour extraction. Meeting the citrus-pine-spice trifecta, it’s a textbook example of gin.

Boë Gin is made by VC2 Brands, a firm directed by Andrew Richardson and Carlo Valente. They spent years honing their Boë gins, working to ensure a collection of gins that are distinctive and of a high calibre.

Boë Gin is made at a distillery in Throsk, Stirlingshire. The distillery is a converted munitions factory that never quite manages to warm up. Boë should not be a name unfamiliar to any Gin fan, as its one of the biggest selling names in the country.

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