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New Flavoured Gins from Angus

Peel Farm in Angus is a thriving example of farm diversification with its coffee shop, farm shop, home-made jam - and now a Gin Bothy! The flavoured gin is a natural progression as it is infused with berry juices left over from jam making. Following a 17th century Scottish recipe, the gins are made using locally-grown berries compounded with grain gins from Perthshire and Angus. Infused for three months on average, and hand-turned every day, the Raspberry Liqueur Gin and Mulled Liqueur Gin are each £28 for 50cl with a 22% ABV, while the Mulled Gin is £36 for 50cl with a 35% ABV. Gin Bothy's capacity is 1,000 bottles per month and the products are slowly being rolled out across Scotland.


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