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ROBERTSONS Gin 41% abv 50cl

World Gin Awards 2021 ‘Contemporary Gin’ category SILVER Medal Winner The story of Robertsons Gin…. When deciding on what the gin should taste like and it’s provenance, I decided that the focus should be Perthshire.  Perthshire botanicals, where possible, and distilled in Perthshire.  There is such a wonderful selection of…

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World Gin Awards 2021
‘Contemporary Gin’ category SILVER Medal Winner
The story of Robertsons Gin….

When deciding on what the gin should taste like and it’s provenance, I decided that the focus should be Perthshire.  Perthshire botanicals, where possible, and distilled in Perthshire.  There is such a wonderful selection of ingredients in Perthshire that coming up with a flavour profile was done by combining what I thought it should taste like to the local botanicals.

The botanicals used in Robertsons Gin are:

Juniper, Coriander, Apple – fresh, Angelica root, Calamus root, Orange peel – fresh, Lime peel – fresh, Grapefruit peel – fresh, Raspberries – fresh, Grains of Paradise and Lemongrass – fresh.

The combination of these wonderful flavours lead to a citrus led, fresh , clean tasting gin with the subtle hint of raspberry on the finish.

The Perfect Serve is light tonic water with blueberries and a thin slice of cucumber.

Light, refreshing and delicious this is a simply delicious gin.

For something a bit different try it as Robertsons Jammin Gin Cocktail:

50ml Robertons Gin

30mls Sugar Syrup

1 bar spoon of raspberry jam

12mls Soda Water

10mls Lemon Juice

Add all the ingredients together in a shaker with ice.  Give it a good shake and strain.  Pour  into an ice filled glass and garnish with raspberries and a sprig of mint. Delicious!!

Reviews

1 review for ROBERTSONS Gin 41% abv 50cl

  1. Jane Rhodes

    A very nice gin. My tasting that I tried myself doesn’t seem to bare any relation to what’s in it, unless some of the ingredients can taste a bit like other things! I was reminded of a warm summer evening, walking across a field of dark green, pungent grass, with hawthorn hedges nearby and a hint of hazel. I also thought it had a gooseberry/cucumber flash and a round taste. However, I’m no expert, I just like nice gin! (I’d bought a signed bottle last year and decided to open it rather than keep it!)

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