LinGin, their London Dry Gin has been developed from a passion to produce something classic but unique at the same time. Using traditional Gin botancials with a mix of locally foraged and resourced ones from around the area of the Canal, Linlithgow Loch and surrounding countryside, they are truly delighted with the result.
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I had been looking at this gin a while but never purchased until they changed their bottle design and re-launched their Lin Gin. I’m a sucker for a pretty bottle and this is a divine bottle design. The cut glass is next level. The gin tastes just as good and is 43% abv. The gin is juniper forward and has a herby and citrus quality to it with warming pepper at the back. However, it’s exceptionally smooth and doesn’t burn when sipping neat. The flavours are bold but are not overpowering and they are well balanced. This is a classic London dry gin and a great addition to anybody’s collection. The perfect serve is one part gin to three parts tonic and I have to agree that it is lovely.