Caorunn Gin (pronounced Ka-roon) is a charming gin; a beautiful mix of rugged charm and urban sophistication, staying loyal to its Scottish origins.
There are 11 botanicals in total, 6 traditional and 5 hand-foraged, and these include Juniper berries, coriander seed, lemon peel, orange peel, angelica root, cassia bark, rowan berries, coul blush apple, heather, dandelion leaf and bog myrtle. The hand-foraged botanicals, particularly the rowan berry are extremely important to this gin, so much so that the name is the Gaelic word for Rowan Berry.
To drink neat Caorunn is well balanced with touches of sweetness, warmth and almost a fruity profile. As a Gin & Tonic this theme continues, but further flavours are released creating a drink that’s very easy to enjoy. It’s fresh, clean with fruit and herbs, with a dry finish and a little spice.
See below for our recommended pairing.
Bottle Size: 70
Botanicals: Juniper, Coriander Seed, Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, Angelica Root, Cassia Bark, Rowan Berries, Coul Blush Apple, Heather, Dandelion Leaf and Bog Myrtle
What makes Caorunn Gin so special?
An artisan creation made in small batches, which offer a more personalised touch.
There are 11 botanicals in total, including Juniper and Rowan berry.
The addition of red apple is most welcome, sweet and fragrant complimenting the mix of botanicals perfectly.
This charming gin stays true to its Scottish origins.
Pair with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic.
Garnish with red apple.