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Caorunn Gin uses five traditional Scottish botanicals in its making: Rowan berries, bog myrtle, heather, Coul Blush apple and dandelion leaves. This combination will transport you into the heart of the Highlands and their ancient Celtic spirit. The very name "Caorunn" means Rowan berry in Gaelic as it is the soul of this drink. More than a gin, Caorunn Gin is the essence of the Celtic north. It is best served with fizzing tonic and slices of red apples.
Description of Caorunn Gin
TASTING NOTES of Caorunn Gin :
- View: Caorunn Gin is transparent.
- Nose: The classic botanicals used is six (juniper, orange peel and lemon, coriander, cassia and angelica root) and five of Celtic origin (rowan berry, heather, myrtle, dandelion and coul). Its aroma is also fresh, floral and citrus.
- Mouth: The final product is clean, full-bodied, fresh and dry taste, sweet and fruity.
ALCOHOL: 41.8% Vol