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What are you doing this Saturday? Fancy getting together. You, me, your friends ...some sunshine, music, fun and food? Yes I know we can do this anytime (and we’re pretty sure we’re a regular guest to your Friday night, so we’re well acquainted by now), but this is a date with a difference. This time, it’s World Gin Day, and a chance to join gin fans across the world to celebr ...

Afternoon tea. The most British of traditions and one that has made an enormous comeback over the past five years or so, possibly due to our insatiable appetite for The Great British Bake Off and all things cake, coupled with our nostalgic whims, harking back to times gone by when things were done ‘nice and proper’. The days where people took time out to enjoy a treat, and make ...

Gluten free food, lifestyle and fitness blogger Amanda Bootes has got us gin-inspired with her recipe for gorgeous Caorunn, Orange and Lime truffles - perfect for any occasion we're sure you'll agree. Over to you Amanda... Gin Orange and Lime Chocolate Truffles Recipe There is just something so satisfying about a good quality, home-made chocolate truffle. The way it starts of ...

Easter really does seem to be ‘all about the kids’, which is fine because we love watching these little faces light up above the metallic glow of a shiny egg found under a tree/bush/plant pot/the neighbour’s wheelbarrow on Easter Sunday.  However, this Easter we’re making this long weekend as much about treats for the adults as treats for the children.  

St Patrick’s Day is celebrated every year on March 17th, honouring the Irish patron saint, Saint Patrick. The celebrations are largely Irish culture themed and typically consist of wearing green, parades, and drinking. However, with Ireland’s proximity to our home here in Scotland we felt it was only fitting that we created a Caorunn Gin cocktail to toast the day.

This January ensure your social life doesn’t go into hibernation by setting a date to see your friends and planning a girls’ night in with a little help from the Caorunn Gin Team.

Gin’s aromatic, gentle heat means you shouldn’t overlook Caorunn this winter, discover how you can include gin in your festive celebrations. 

What is St Andrew’s Day? Every year November 30th marks St Andrews Day, a celebration of the patron saint of Scotland. In true Scottish style there are celebrations and a showcase of the very best of Scottish Culture including traditional dancing, drinks, food and music and in 2006 the day was made a bank holiday. What does St Andrew’s Day have to do with Caorunn Gin? Scotland ...

As Summer draws to a close and we say hello Autumn, we’d like to take the time to introduce you to the ‘New Balmenach Sour’ created by our brand ambassador Sian. 

On September 30th, we are transforming The Oast House, Spinningfields, into a vibrant apple orchard which will offer 500 passers-by a free Caorunn G&T for a truly beautiful crisp, fresh taste of the Highlands. Our apple orchard will be brimming with trees for one day during the Manchester Food and Drink Festival. The fragrant fruit is one of the five Scottish botanicals, a ...

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