Persie Sweet & Nutty Old Tom Gin

43% ABV


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Handmade in small batches in a bespoke, 230L copper pot still, the gin is distilled with pure glen water from the local hills. This sweet and nutty Old Tom gin uses carefully chosen botanicals to evoke an emotive and comforting scent.

Tasting notes

Key Flavours:


Day trips with vanilla ice cream, butterscotch sauce and almonds


A creamy, full-bodied gin


A nutty gingerbread finish

Key Botanical(s):

Vanilla, Almond

Goes great with:

A grating of nutmeg, tonic and ice
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Persie Gin is the brainchild of the people behind the world’s first touring gin club, Chrissie and Simon Fairclough. Thget toured Scotland and other parts of the UK teaming up with distillers, pubs, hotels and restaurants at the forefront of the drinks industry to help thousands of gin-lovers in their quest to find the perfect snifter. Using the feedback played a role in couple’s decision to set up their own distillery, which finally opened in 2014, offering tours, tastings and a shop filled with their growing range of Persie Gins.

Old Tom Gin

Old Tom Gin is a style of gin that’s had a resurgence in recent years. Old Tom Gins can be described as being similar to London Dry Gins expect sweeter. Normally, sugars, honey or sweet syrups are added in the distillation or post-distillation to create a sweet style gin that retains botanical flavours but is underpinned with sweet notes on the palate.


Opened in 2014, Persie Distillery was amongst the first of the new wave of Scottish Gin makers and distilleries. The distillery features a bespoke 230-litre Muller copper pot still from Germany, used to distil the range of Persie Gin expressions. The distillery also features a shop and tasting room along with a botanical distillate library. The distillery is also home to Gin Club Scotland, the only touring gin tasting company of its kind in the UK.

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