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Certified Scottish Gin
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This gin includes botanicals foraged locally from the coast of Gairloch and Badachro in the Scottish Highlands. Fennel and wild thyme feature alongside two local seaweeds to produce a bright, fresh, truly coastal gin, representative of the wild and beautiful North West Highland’s coast.
Unmistakable coastal notes alongside fresh juniper notes.
Distinctive piney juniper and sweet fennel are present, with notes of earthy, minty wild thyme and fresh coastal tones from the seaweeds.
The maritime notes linger on the finish.
How to enjoy this gin
As a gin and tonic, this gin serves perfectly with a traditional Indian Tonic and a slice of lemon. For a slightly sweeter taste, serve alongside elderflower tonic. Also works on the rocks as a digestif.
About Badachro Distillery
The Badachro Distillery is located in the remote and beautiful hamlet of Badachro, near Gairloch in the Highlands of Scotland. One of the last true wilderness areas in Europe, with pitch dark night skies where the stars are at times almost blindingly bright, an arm of the Milky Way galaxy streaks above in the nights sky and the regularly Aurora Borialis (The Northern Lights) can often be seen dancing overhead. With the sea to the west and north, the Torridon mountains to the east, Loch Torridon to the south, the distillery is surrounded with an abundance of fresh water and natural botanicals. It’s from these magical surroundings that the owners of Badachro Distillery found their inspiration to create a gin named after the place they love and call home.
From its elevated position, the Badachro Distillery provides panoramic views over the village of Badachro and Gairloch. This rural distillery houses a traditional copper pot still named ‘Delilah’ that originated in Portugal. The distillery provides small, intimate tours in summer each year that include an introduction to Badachro with owners Gordon and Vanessa.
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