House of Elrick Gin

House of Elrick is an estate in the lowlands of Aberdeenshire, rich in heritage and history. Constructed in 1720 at the height of the Scottish Enlightenment period, revered creative, philosophical and scientific minds would meet here to discuss intellectual and scientific discoveries. Made in batches of 600 bottles, the core of the gin is constructed around the flavours of heather, pink peppercorns, sweet fennel and rose petals for a distinctive aromatic quality. Most importantly, water from Loch Ness lends it an earthy, fresh sensation. The House of Elrick Old Tom gins use the original gin as a base, sweetened with syrup and coconut.

Gins in the House of Elrick family are:
House of Elrick Gin
House of Elrick Old Tom Gin
House of Elrick Old Tom Coconut Gin 

Distilled on site in Newmacher.

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