Whether you’re the type that goes all out for Christmas or hates the stress that comes with it, pouring a glass of Gin Bothy’s Mulled Infused Gin is a guaranteed shortcut to getting ready for Christmas.
Infused with cinnamon, clove and nutmeg in limited edition, hand-made batches it’s most frequently described as “Christmas in a glass”.
“Mulled is great on the rocks or with ginger ale or for the ultimate Christmas experience try serving it warm, ideally sitting by the fire” says Gin Bothy founder Kim Cameron.
Great Taste, which celebrates the very best in food and drink recently awarded Gin Bothy Mulled Gin with a prestigious Great Taste 3-star Award. Out of 10,000 products, only 141 products were awarded the coveted 3-stars and Gin Bothy Mulled Gin was one of them.
Judged by over 500 of the most demanding palates, belonging to food critics, chefs, cooks, restaurateurs and producers as well as a whole host of food writers and journalists, Great Taste is widely acknowledged as the most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers.
But don’t just take our word for it! Read what the panel of judges had to say about Gin Bothy Mulled Infused Gin.
“The blend is AMAZING! This is fun and exciting. Well done - great gin!”
“Packs a punch; full of balanced spices and layers of complexity. Very warming and smooth. The nose tells all - a bouquet of spice.”
“ Such an adventurous combination of flavours in a gin, almost syrupy , very warming, perfect for soothing a cough/sore throat. Lovely balance of spices.”
“ Wow, a beautiful spicy and botanical aroma. Full flavoured with all of the infusions coming through. Complex mix of juniper and Christmas in a bottle.”
“Very powerful, very well balanced, very clever. Christmas in a glass.”
The Scottish based gin brand, founded by entrepreneur Kim Cameron only 3 years ago is distilled by hand in the glorious glens of Angus and can now be found online at ginbothy.co.uk and the best independent bars and artisan stores across the country.
Though Gin Bothy is full of creativity and ambition, there is a commitment to keeping the enterprise authentic and sustainable with an ethos that’s grounded in the Slow Food movement.
“We’re not mass produced. Everything is produced by hand. We’ve only created 1000 bottles of Mulled this festive season, so you have to be quick.” says Kim Cameron of Gin Bothy.