Four Marys Subtly Spiced Gin

40% ABV


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Inspired by the ladies-in-waiting to Mary Queen of Scots, who was born at Linlithgow Palace. The fourth and final gin in the series features Mary Beaton known as the ‘canny one’, who was known for being sweet and delicate in appearance but with a sharp intellect that caught many by surprise. Distilled with allspice, rose petals and apricots to create a rich, warm gin with a mild spicy bite.

Tasting notes

Key Flavours:


Warm, exotic spices giving way to the fruity sweetness of the apricot


Hints of Turkish delight give way to warm fruit and spicy pepper


A warm, spicy pepper finish leaving the taste buds tingling

Key Botanical(s):

Allspice, Nutmeg, Apricots, Rose Petals

Goes great with:

A wedge of lime, ice and ginger beer.
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The team at Linlithgow Distillery, Ross and Alyson Jamieson, had one simple aim with their distillery – make a quality Gin using the best sourced and locally foraged botanicals from the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow to make a truly special local Gin. As a family business and understanding the importance to the area of having its own special gin, Linlithgow Distillery recruited over 100 people from the local area to help develop what would become their signature Scottish Gin.

Flavoured Gin

Flavoured Gins vary in flavour and colour. Often the gin will be infused with a flavour post-distillation through maceration or even the addition and blending of individual distillates or essences. Sometimes the gin will be created in one distillation. These styles of gin often have a key flavour which tends to lead the flavour profile, such as fresh berry fruit, citrus or any number of possible key botanicals and flavours. Although this gin style should still include juniper, it is often not the leading botanical.


All gins in the Linlithgow range are distilled in the family-run Linlithgow Distillery, in the heart of the town. With premises secured in 2017, the couple set to work renovating their new distillery space before taking delivery of their new gin still, affectionately named ‘Gleann Iucha’ which is Scots Gaelic for Linlithgow. In 2019, they installed a second larger still to keep up with demand and increase production capacity.

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