Caorunn - Small Batch Scottish Gin - Rowan Berry Inspired 70cl Bottle


Caorunn - Small Batch Scottish Gin
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A unique fusion of pure Scottish Highland water, six traditional and five Celtic botanicals, hand-infused in a Copper-Berry Chamber for an invigorating naturally balanced taste.

It is dry and crisp, full bodied and aromatic, with a sweet touch.

Category(s):     Gin & Genever
Group(s):     Gin ,   World Gin Day 2015!
Producer: Caorunn   -
ABV:   41.8%
Brand:   Caorunn
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Type:   Gin


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3 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Sat, 21 Sep 2013
Review: Carole C: love this crisp gin, refreshing and lively, dont spoil it by drowning with Tonic, just a little will do. Enjoy x

Date of Review: Thu, 10 Dec 2009
Review: Caorunn Gin is not for the faint hearted. It is full of flavour and tickles every sense as it is enjoyed. Not to be washed out with tonic, just a couple of dashes to release the flavour and that is it.

Date of Review: Thu, 05 Nov 2009
Review: This gin is a real surprise. Full of aromas, fortunately none of them too overpowering. It is so smooth, I can drink it straight easily. For me works best with Fever Tree tonic.

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Producer Information

Caorunn is a small batch distilled Scottish Gin created at Balmenach Distillery in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.

First licensed in 1824 by James McGregor, Balmenach Distillery was one of the first distilleries in Scotland to be licensed in the production of Scotch whisky.

The distillery is delightfully situated in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, at the foot of the Haughs of Cromdale. The Cromdale Hills which sit behind the distillery provide the invigorating spring water for spirit making. The water filters through the Haughs before being collected in two dams and used to create the natural basis for Balmenach spirits.

The skills and knowledge of spirit distilling have been passed from father to son in Balmenach throughout the past 2 centuries and traditional processes are still used to produce whisky. The worm tubs that hold the traditional condensers date back to the 1930s.

One of the distillers, namely Simon Buley is also a gin aficionado and for a while had played with the idea of making a truly Scottish Gin at the working malt whisky distillery. He wanted especially to use the ancient skills and recipes of spirit making and to harness the uniquely pure Scottish Highland water of the surrounding Haughs and the age old Celtic botanicals that grow on the surrounding hills of Balmenach Distillery.

Simon became Gin Master and a gin plant was set up with a unique Copper Berry Chamber that was made in the 1920s.

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