Scottish Gin Club February 2024 - LinGin

Linlithgow Distillery | LinGin

“Each of our Spirits are distilled, bottled, filled, corked and labelled by hand”
‘As a family business, we wanted our Gins to have a local 'family' influence. So we recruited over 100 people from the local area to help develop LinGin. Our tasting panel have been instrumental in influencing our products and have continued to act as a tasting panel in refining our Four Marys recipes.’ 
LinGin is a classic London Dry style gin – using a maceration technique and direct one-shot distillation with the botanicals present in the mix at all times during the distillation pro-cess. No other flavourings, colourings or sweeteners (either natural or synthetic) have been added either during or after the distillation process. LinGin is bottled at 43% Abv.
LinGin can be drunk neat over ice. But if a long drink is preferred then there are 2 
recommend G&T serves: If you prefer your gin citrussy, then add 3 parts Fever-tree tonic (either full fat or light) to one part LinGin and garnish with a quarter slice of orange. If you prefer your gin herby, then add 3 parts Fever-tree Mediterranean tonic to one part LinGin and garnish with a sprig of fresh rosemary.
Tasting Notes
Nose: Clean and fresh with an overall juniper-prominent, sweet citrus and herby aroma. 
Palate: When sipped neat, there is an overwhelming sense of smoothness to the gin, without any burning effect on the throat. At this point, the citrus is less prominent, instead the full herb and meadowsweet complement comes through and gives way to a warm, peppery finish.
Finish: Juniper and peppery, with hints of raspberry and dark chocolate followed by the rich taste of Mulled wine spices. Delicious!
Perfect serve: We suggest that LinGin is drunk neat over ice.