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Tasting Notes: Citrus, Savoury, Maritime

Perfect Pour: The unique ‘botanicals’ in this gin really sets it apart and makes it perfect for using in cocktails.

“I would highly recommend a subtle twist on the classic dry Martini,” says Simon. “Take 50ml of Isle of Bute Oyster Gin, add 15ml of Vermouth, shake over ice, and serve with a twist of lemon. Or serve the Oyster Gin with a slice of cucumber and a touch of cracked black pepper within a classic gin and tonic.”

Oyster

Oyster

Our world’s first Oyster Gin is not like anything you will have tasted before… but we know you will find the unique flavours a real treat. We charge our still with oysters, fresh from the Argyll Coast, to add a delicate maritime essence to this gin. This, blended with a mix of citrus and other botanicals, creates a savoury gin that cannot be matched.

The waters of the west coast of Scotland are famous for their oysters. Ours come from the beautiful Loch Fyne, a sea loch that extends 65 miles inland from the Sound of Bute.

Tasting Notes: Citrus, Savoury, Maritime

Perfect Pour: The unique ‘botanicals’ in this gin really sets it apart and makes it perfect for using in cocktails.

“I would highly recommend a subtle twist on the classic dry Martini,” says Simon. “Take 50ml of Isle of Bute Oyster Gin, add 15ml of Vermouth, shake over ice, and serve with a twist of lemon. Or serve the Oyster Gin with a slice of cucumber and a touch of cracked black pepper within a classic gin and tonic.”

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Tasting Notes: Coconut, Vanillla, Floral, Juniper.

Perfect Pour: “You could make a classic gin and tonic with a wedge of lemon, or if you want to go more ‘Scottish island’, garnish with a few freshly picked brambles,” says Simon.

“My recommended tonic to accompany the Gorse Gin is Fever Tree light. Rather than using sweeteners, Fever Tree relies on a less bitter source of quinine so that they can use less sugar. This makes the tonic perfect for delicate floral gins such as this one, as it still tastes good, but won’t be overpowering.”

Gorse

Gorse

The Gorse Gin is made with hand-picked gorse from the Isle of Bute, and a mix of other botanicals carefully selected from around the globe. These give this gin a delicate coconut and vanilla aroma, backed up with a distinct pine and juniper flavour.

Add a slice of lemon and a dash of tonic to create a refreshing G&T – perfect for a summer day.

Tasting Notes: Coconut, Vanillla, Floral, Juniper.

Perfect Pour: “You could make a classic gin and tonic with a wedge of lemon, or if you want to go more ‘Scottish island’, garnish with a few freshly picked brambles,” says Simon.

“My recommended tonic to accompany the Gorse Gin is Fever Tree light. Rather than using sweeteners, Fever Tree relies on a less bitter source of quinine so that they can use less sugar. This makes the tonic perfect for delicate floral gins such as this one, as it still tastes good, but won’t be overpowering.”

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