The world’s first oyster gin. The distillery charge their still with the shells of wild Scottish oysters to add a delicate maritime essence. When blended with citrus and other botanicals, this creates a savoury gin which is a perfect pair to seafood and the ideal base for a martini. However, to begin with you must try Oyster Gin neat, the taste profile is one of a kind.
The waters of the west coast of Scotland are famous for their oyster beds. These come from the beautiful Loch Fyne, Scotland’s longest sea loch, extending 40 miles inland from the Sound of Bute.