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Originally made with foraged shoreline botanicals, Seaside Gin was the first of the collaborations in partnership with Heriot-Watt University’s Brewing and Distilling MSc course. They sourced marine plants including scurvy grass, ground ivy and bladderwrack to create a gin with distinctive minerality. These are complemented with aromatic spice notes from grains of paradise, coriander and cardamom.
A balanced gin with sweet minerality, grassy notes and a hint of spice
A pleasingly crisp, slightly sweet finish
Bladderwrack Seaweed, Grains of Paradise
Goes great with:
A sprig of green samphire, tonic and ice
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Edinburgh Gin is committed to the art and science of distilling, and of creating innovative, award-winning gins. Based in Scotland’s capital city, they are ever inspired by its gin making heritage, and of its position as a global light; a home to scientists, artists, philosophers and inventors. Edinburgh Gin is an artful distillation, capturing the spirit of these luminaries, whilst respecting and paying tribute to their unique sense of place; inspiring them to create a world class portfolio of gins.
London Dry Gin
London Dry Gin is both a flavour profile and a production method. London Dry Gins tend to follow the traditional, classic flavour of piney juniper, citrus and spice. Alongside juniper, botanicals in London Dry Gin often include orris root, angelica root, cassia bark, citrus peel and coriander, among the core botanicals. The result is a dry gin that features piney juniper along with bursts of citrus and warming spice and earthy, dry notes from use of botanicals such as cassia bark and coriander. Nothing synthetic can be added like flavourings or colours and nothing can be added post distillation apart from water and a tiny amount of sugar meaning all flavours come from distillation.
The production of the Edinburgh Gin expressions is spread over two unique distillery sites in Edinburgh. Heads & Tales is both a bar and home two stills, Flora and Caledonia. Both stills are used to distil a variety of Edinburgh Gin expressions. The second production site is housed in the Biscuit Factory, located a few miles away in Leith. The distillery in The Biscuit Factory houses a large 1000 litre traditional copper pot Hoga Still. The site also features a number of smaller stills, which are used for recipe creation and development before being upscaled at either The Biscuit Factory or Heads & Tales.