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Edinburgh Gin is a nod to the days when the city of Edinburgh was a hub of Northern distilling expertise. In 1777 there were eight licensed distilleries and reputedly almost 400 illegal stills in Edinburgh and the Port of Leith.

For the first 4 years, Edinburgh Gin started its life south of the border in a 200 year old Scottish copper pot still affectionately named “Jenny”, in which the finest Scottish grain spirit was distilled together with classic gin botanicals such as juniper, coriander, citrus peel, angelica and orris root. Once the team at Langley’s had worked their magic, the spirit was then shipped up to Scotland.

Since mid 2014 however, the team have moved the entire operation “in house” and have based it in the heart of Edinburgh. After three years of growing the brand and developing  sister products in their seasonal infusions – co-owners Alex and Jane Nicol felt it was time to take the next step. Thankfully for us gin fans, with their first still run on the 1st of July 2014, Edinburgh had another craft distillery to be proud of.

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To taste, Edinburgh Gin has a full juniper hit complemented with heathery notes following, which is imparted by its particularly Scottish twist. Tasted neat, there seems to be a lot of spiced notes coming to the fore, giving the gin a warm feel, yet its quality shines through as it still retains its smooth qualities.

Read our full review here: Edinburgh Gin

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