Caorunn Gin

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Celtic Botanicals

Rowan Berry

From the old Gaelic word Caorunn or Rhuda-an. This piquant red berry has inspired Celtic medicines and recipes for generations. It forms the very soul of Caorunn.

Bog Myrtle

This fragrant plant conjures up images of Highland walks. It infuses a soft, sweet resinous aroma to Caorunn Gin.

Heather

Heather is an integral part of the Highland landscape. With its subtle perfumed undertones with a nuance of honey it is also an integral part of Caorunn gin.

Coul Blush Apple

First fruited in Coul, Ross-shire in 1827 this is a Celtic creation. Its clean, sweet, aromatic taste forms a perfectly balanced compliment to our other ingredients.

Dandelion Leaf

Since ancient Celtic times the Dandelion has been used as a herb. It lends Caorunn just a hint of sharpness.

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