Lilliard Gin

Built in a converted cowshed, the team behind Lilliard Gin is proud to have one of the smallest production stills in the UK. The gin takes its name from legendary Borders figure Lilliard, the heroine of the Battle of Ancrum Moor in 1545 who reputedly fought to avenge the death of her lover at the hands of the English. The battle site, just north of the distillery, is known as Lilliard's Edge. Lilliard Gin is a light floral gin which aims to capture the rich abundance of wild botanicals on the doorstep of the Teviot Valley, highlighting the local flavour palate and Borders terroir. 

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