Isle of Raasay Dry Gin

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Isle of Raasay Dry Gin

70cl | 46% ABV | Scotland

6 in stock

Isle of Rassay is a Hebredian Gin made with 10 botanicals including some juniper from the island itself. Great in a Negroni, but with such an intricately designed label it also makes for a lovely gift too.

Mellow and slightly rooty overall, there's an underlying orange peel and malty tone that anchors the profile with rhubarb rooot and juniper at the centre. Serve it up with tonic (which really livens up the citrus) and an orange peel to garnish.

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About this product

Juniper berries (incuding some foraged from the island), rhubarb root, lemon peel, orange peel, coriander seeds, angelica root, liquorice root, orris root, cubeb pepper are split between the pot and vapour chamber.

Co Founded by entrepreneurs Bill Dobbie and Alasdair Day, the Isle of Raasay distillery became the island's first legal distillery when it launched in 2014. It took 3 years before they were granted a lice to distil, with production beginning in 2017.

A cornerstone of islnad enterprise, Raasay distillery is based on the south west of the island. If you're headed over, not only is it open for yours but it even features a six bedroom hotel with views over the Isle of Skye…

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