Red Door Gin
A truly Scottish gin, distilled in Speyside at the Benromach distillery, Red Door gin is a London dry via the Highlands. Sea buckthorn, heather and rowanberries add a local influence to the pot-distilled gin – the still’s name is Peggy. The result is a bittersweet gin with lots of complexity. Excellent in a G&T, but it really shines in a Martini.
Distilled in the affectionately named copper pot still, ‘Peggy’, Red Door Gin was created using the vapour-infused distilling method, which steams the neutral base spirit through a total of eight botanicals. It was bottled at 45% ABV, in a rather stylish and, appropriately, red receptacle.
Discover the botanicals
Carefully selected for a full-bodied flavour, Red Door Gin balances five core gin botanicals with the deliciously distinctive flavours of three botanicals inspired by the local landscape.
unique selection of three locally-inspired botanicals includes, pearls of heather, common on Scottish hillsides, rowan berries, found in local wooded areas, and sea buckthorn, growing wild in Scotland’s coastal areas.
Classic gin botanicals
five classic gin botanicals (juniper berries, lemon peel, bitter orange peel, coriander seed and angelica root) create the base to a London Dry Gin with a complex palate and a lusciously long finish.
Red Door Gin can be enjoyed in a variety of serves, from a classic G&T to a Negroni or Martini.
Awards for Red Door Gin
Sharp citrus cuts through bright juniper and floral heather. A bitter herbal note lingers underneath with touches of honey and chocolate.