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Scottish Gins

Although Scotland is primarily known for its whiskey, there is also a growing industry of Scottish gins which are gaining popularity around the world. Scottish gins are made with a blend of botanicals that vary by style and brand, but generally include a mix of juniper, angelica root, coriander, citrus, and other aromatic ingredients.

How are Scottish gins made?

Scottish gins are made following a careful and traditional process. It starts with the neutral alcohol base, which is usually obtained from grains such as barley, wheat, or oats. This alcohol is blended with a selection of botanicals, which may include juniper berries, coriander, angelica, angelica root, orris root, cassia, licorice, cardamom, and other secret ingredients. The botanicals are added to the alcohol in a copper still, where distillation occurs. During this process, vapors rise and pass through the botanicals, extracting their flavors and aromas. The vapors are then condensed and collected as distilled gin, which can then be filtered and diluted with water to achieve the desired alcohol level.


The result is a Scottish gin with a variety of flavor profiles, from the classic and traditional to the more experimental and contemporary.

What brands of Scottish gin are there?

There are several recognized brands of gin produced in Scotland on the market.


Blackwood's: Blackwood's is a Scottish gin brand known for its focus on artisanal production and the use of high-quality natural ingredients. They use a combination of botanicals, including juniper, angelica root, coriander, orris root, and other secret ingredients. Its distillation process takes place in the Orkney Islands, north of Scotland. Blackwood's offers several gin variants, including classic, vintage gin, and bitter, orange-infused gin.

Hendrick's: Hendrick's is an iconic and widely recognized brand of Scottish gin. It is famous for its unique approach to artisan production and the use of unusual botanicals such as cucumber and rose petals. Their distillery is in Girvan, Scotland, and they use a copper pot still to distill the gin in small batches. Hendrick's is prized for its distinctive flavor profile and refreshing style.


Both brands are known for their quality and have gained international recognition for their products. Each one has its own personality and approach in terms of flavors and botanicals used, making them unique in the world of Scottish gin.


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