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Originally created as a limited edition release to celebrate the nuptials of THE Mr & Mrs McLean, Something Blue has now been added to the core range. Something Blue focuses on Colin and Jess’ favourite botanicals; the Tonka Bean and the Buchu Leaf. Hints of summer fruits, mint, caramel and hand-rolled tobacco leaf, supported by a fresh herbaceous background.
Fresh, intriguing and predominantly floral with a subtle myriad of garden herbs.
Sugared almonds, marzipan and a nostalgic summer freshness.
Long, dry, subtly sweet (and less subtly moreish). Herbal notes linger.
How to enjoy this gin
A sprig of mint, a slice of cucumber, tonic and ice.
About McLean’s Gin
McLean’s Gin started in an inconspicuous tenement flat, in Battlefield in the Southside of Glasgow, known as the “gin cupboard”, possibly one of the smallest, nano gin operations in Europe. The newly married Mr & Mrs McLean have recently upscaled to the now “gin lab” in Strathaven South Lanarkshire, where they have increased production to 30l batches, five times their old cupboard capacity! Colin and Jess McLean developed their passion for gin making after receiving a ‘Make Your Own Gin’ kit one Christmas. From here the couple invested in a small gin still that could produce six-litre batches and McLean’s Gin was officially born. With their first gin successfully produced, bottled, labelled and wax sealed, the couple decided to put the time they had spent experimenting with botanicals to good use and have since created a number of unique expressions.
Based in South Lanarkshire, the McLean’s ‘Gin Lab’ isn’t technically a distillery, as McLean’s gin is produced using the cold compound method, however, the Ginnery or ‘Gin Lab’, as it’s affectionately known, provides ample space and opportunity for the team at McLean’s Gin to experiment with new flavours and the development of new products. Some of the more recent McLean’s Gin creations and collaborations, produced using the London Dry and Distilled methods, have been developed and created at neighbouring distillery The Biggar Gin Company.
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