The Botanist Gin easily joins a number of gins from Scotland that have been making a name for themselves for some time. The producer Bruichladdich on the island of Islay is mainly known for its excellent whiskey, so the special quality of the botanist gin is not really surprising.
For the production of the Botanist Gin 22 local herbs are used, which were collected on the windswept hills of the West Scottish island Islay. Among the frequently used spices and plants for the production of gin, some individualists have crept into the Botanist Gin: Apple mint, birch leaves, marsh myrtle leaves, chamomile, thistle flowers, elderflower, broom flowers, heather flowers, hawthorn flowers, juniper cones, labrawe flowers, lemon balm, bittersweet, peppermint leaves, mugwort leaves, red clover flowers, lovage flowers, goldenseal, thyme leaves, water mint, white clover and forest sage leaves.
The Bruichladdich Botanist Gin is light, pleasant gin with a wonderful variety of aromas. This gives many well-known cocktails an unmistakable aroma.
Origin: Scotland / Alc. 46% / Vol. 70cl