South Loch Gin – Citrus & Lime Flower Gin

£30.00

South Loch Gin – Citrus & Lime Flower Gin

South Loch Citrus & Lime Flower Gin, has a dry juniper and zesty citrus base, finished with aromatic notes of kaffir lime leaves and linden lime flowers.

We use carefully selected dry and fresh botanicals to make this gin special. Our citrus is freshly zested and pressed to provide the freshness which elevates the refreshing character of this gin.

For a classic G&T we recommend using a citrus fruit of your choice. We often use both orange and lemon slices but the gin will equally work with the more citric element of fresh lime or the sweeter style of pink grapefruit.

A great martini is always the sign of a superb gin. The citrus character of the gin lends itself perfectly to a very dry citrus twisted martini. We would recommend only 3-5ml of vermouth to 50-75ml of gin stirred slowly until ice cold and served with a large twist of your citrus peal of choice.

The name South Loch comes from The Meadows, one of Edinburgh’s famous parks, which was originally named South Loch before changing it name to The Meadows in 1621. The park was once a source of water for Edinburgh’s inhabitants including its many distilleries and breweries.

700ml Bottle Size

42.1% ABV

Description

South Loch Gin – Citrus & Lime Flower Gin

South Loch Citrus & Lime Flower Gin, has a dry juniper and zesty citrus base, finished with aromatic notes of kaffir lime leaves and linden lime flowers.

We use carefully selected dry and fresh botanicals to make this gin special. Our citrus is freshly zested and pressed to provide the freshness which elevates the refreshing character of this gin.

For a classic G&T we recommend using a citrus fruit of your choice. We often use both orange and lemon slices but the gin will equally work with the more citric element of fresh lime or the sweeter style of pink grapefruit.

A great martini is always the sign of a superb gin. The citrus character of the gin lends itself perfectly to a very dry citrus twisted martini. We would recommend only 3-5ml of vermouth to 50-75ml of gin stirred slowly until ice cold and served with a large twist of your citrus peal of choice.

The name South Loch comes from The Meadows, one of Edinburgh’s famous parks, which was originally named South Loch before changing it name to The Meadows in 1621. The park was once a source of water for Edinburgh’s inhabitants including its many distilleries and breweries.

700ml Bottle Size

42.1% ABV