The Gin born out of a Scottish Whisky – Caorunn:
What happens when a Scottish Whisky distillery turns their hand to making gin? Well, read on and find out. Caorunn Gin is carefully crafted in the Scottish Highlands, in the Balmenach Distillery, one of the first distilleries in Scotland to be licensed in the production of Scotch Whisky, way back in 1824. While Balmenach has been a byword for excellence for nearly three centuries, Caorunn is relatively new.
Carefully handcrafted in the Scottish Highlands, Caorunn expertly infuses five locally foraged gin botanicals. Artisanal and small batch, beautifully mixing the rugged charm of Speyside with the urban sophistication of modern Scotland. The concept is to make the best use of the terroir – the home to Balemach where crystal clear Scottish water can be used with locally foraged botanicals to create a unique gin of supreme quality and heritage.
Want to try for yourself? Well, we have a treat in store for one lucky London-Unattached reader in the form of a bottle of Carounn gin as one of our Christmas Giveaways. All you need to do is pop over to the Caorunn and check out their website. I want to know which of their botanicals you think will make their product most unique and why. There’s nothing scientific going on here – it’s all down to what you think might give the gin it’s unique characteristics.
And of course, you can follow the rafflecopter through and get some extra points for social media shares and for being a loyal London-Unattached follower.