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Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin

Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin

Kinrara Distillery

43% ABV

Quantity

£45.95
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin
Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin

Kinrara Artist Edition Caper Gin

Kinrara Distillery

43% ABV

Quantity

£45.95
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"Caper" the Capercaillie, is the fourth in the Kinrara Distillery artist edition series. Illustrated by Scottish artist Kat Baxter, "Caper" is depicted using juniper, ginger, and rosemary which are some of the botanicals used in this gin.

Tasting Notes

Flavours

  • Citrus
  • Herbaceous
  • Piney
  • Spiced
  • Nose

    This gin has aromas of light citrus with a hint of rosemary.

    Taste

    On the palate, juniper leads with a warming aromatic spice from the pink peppercorns and ginger.

    Finish

    The finish is delicious, warming ginger and spice.A balanced floral finish.

    How to enjoy this gin

    Juniper berries, a twist of citrus peel, tonic and ice.

    About Kinrara Distillery

    Kinrara’s Highland Distillery is nestled in 12,000 acres of Cairngorm National Park, just outside Aviemore. The centuries old estate was founded by Lady Jane Gordon, beautiful socialite and co-creator of the famous Gordon Highlanders. It was in her drawing room that Rabbie Burns first read his poetry to Edinburgh society. One of Scotland’s newest micro-distilleries, Kinrara Distillery make unique Highland Dry Gin infused with local flora and berries. The team at Kinrara Distillery prides itself on creating a handcrafted small batch spirit using their direct-fired stills that were handmade for the distillery in Portugal. From the distillation right down to the bottling, everything is lovingly done by hand, by their passionate Highland team.

    Production

    Set in the vast and rugged setting of the wild Scottish Cairngorms National Park, a whitewashed converted steading is home to the Kinrara Distillery. Featuring traditional copper pot stills, bottling and packing facilitates, all production takes place on-site at the distillery. With a tasting room available for tasting events adorned with some of the artwork featured on the artists edition gins, the distillery is a true highland home. The distillery is part of the Kinrara Estate, which means the team have access to a variety of local botanicals that grow wild on the estate plus an abundance of fresh water direct from the estate.