Delicious sweet berries notes on the nose.
Spicier elements start to come through from the nasturtium flowers merging nicely with the fruitier notes.
An earthier finish from the Vietnamese coriander with lingering berry notes.
A delightful gin to sip, lots of beautiful fruity notes to enjoy with a touch of earthy coriander!
The nasturtium is an annual plant which grows in our garden and geodome. It is a sprawling vine, producing vibrant orange flowers. These flowers are picked and added to our botanical basket and their pepperiness adds spice to our Autumn Edition. The flowers also work well as a beautiful garnish!
Technically blackberries are an ‘aggregate fruit’ rather than a berry. The ‘berry’ is made of around forty small, juicy drupelets which are dark purply-black in colour. This gorgeous colour comes from the wonderful antioxidant, anthocyanins, which blackberries are full of. We select our berries from Caithness Summer Fruits, located not too far from the distillery.
With narrow, pointed leaves and pretty burgundy markings this botanical is quite unlike the rest of it’s coriander family. We use the young, tender leaves in our Autumn Edition distillation to provide the spicier notes which complement the berries.
This is part of our commitment to responsible drinking.